It's pretty comical that we turn to a rodent to predict our weather! At 7:25 a.m. today, Punxsutawney Phil was pulled out of the comfort of his warm burrow to tell us if spring was going to arrive early or if winter would be sticking around a little longer.
Today in most parts of the Lone Star State it'll be sunny and a cool 70 degrees. Yeah, it might have dropped into the forties overnight, but that's hardly anything to brag about. What's the use in being the toughest folk in America when the weather is so milquetoast? Look at what you could be experiencing today if you lived in Maine, instead.
Tonight is the night that a mountain-sized space rock will barely miss the earth. Barely miss in a space sense that is.The asteroid 2004 BL86, as it is known to NASA, will become the largest space rock of its kind to zoom safely by the Earth until 2027.
Our first real taste of winter is barreling it's way to East Texas right now! We're in for a big change tomorrow and the upcoming weekend as high temperatures are only going to be in the upper 40's, a big change from the upper 70's of this afternoon
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