Harvest Moon on full display for us all to see

I love the moon. There is just something fascinating about it to me and I hope there always will be. Tonight is a Full Harvest Moon, the first full moon closest to the autumn equinox. Later this month on October 31, 2020 we will be in the presence of a “Blue Moon,” though not actuallyContinue reading “Harvest Moon on full display for us all to see”

Major preparations underway along upper Texas Coast ahead of Hurricane Laura

Matt Pierce Preparations began on Tuesday for us expected to be the landfall of a major hurricane somewhere between San Luis Pass in Texas and the middle coast of Louisiana Wednesday night into Thursday.  Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta has issued a Voluntary Evacuation for low-lying coastal communities outside the protection levee. Places like SurfsideContinue reading “Major preparations underway along upper Texas Coast ahead of Hurricane Laura”

AAA Texas: Fuel supplies should remain stable amid hurricanes

AAA Texas says that despite Tropical Storm Marco and Hurricane Laura wreaking havoc in the Gulf of Mexico, fuel supplies should remain stable. The auto services group said that according to the U.S. Department of Interior’s Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, approximately 58%, or 1.065 million barrels per day of crude production in theContinue reading “AAA Texas: Fuel supplies should remain stable amid hurricanes”

Gulf Coast Residents Are Keeping Watch On The Tropics

Gulf Coast residents are keeping a close eye on the tropics as two systems loomed out in the Atlantic Basin on Tuesday. The destiny of these tropical waves is still very uncertain but residents and government officials are planning and watching closely, getting ready for “just in case.” Here in Corpus Christi and South TexasContinue reading “Gulf Coast Residents Are Keeping Watch On The Tropics”