• April 15, 2021

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El Paso area Winter Weather updates: EPPD responds to 204

This story will be continually updated with new content as organizations, school districts, government offices and the like, provide us with new information. El Paso Police Department Between the hours of 3 a.m. Sunday morning & 8 a.m. this morning, the El Paso Police Department responded to 204 traffic crashes, traffic-related incidents & stalled vehicles. […]Read More

Wednesday Weather delays, cancellations and information

This story will serve as an on-going update with information regarding area closures, delays or other weather-related information as Wednesday (February 5th) winter storm moves through the area. EL PASO AREA TxDoT UPDATE: Transmountain is open. The direct connectors from IH10 to LP375 are open as well. TxDoT crews have closed Highway 62/180 from the […]Read More

City provides update on services, response to storm

As the winter storm rolls out the City of El Paso will be clearing streets, launching clean-up efforts and resuming non-essential services. Travel Sun Metro will resume normal operating hours on Monday, Dec. 28. Customers are urged to arrive a few minutes early to their bus stops, terminals or transfer centers in case routes experience […]Read More

Winter Storm Update: Nat’l Wx Service 3″ to 6″ still

With Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories for El Paso and the surrounding areas in effect until tomorrow night, the National Weather Service provides the following update on the storm pushing through the El Paso Southwest. Officials also remind residents that, during the winter storm and cold weather, don’t forget to protect the 4 P’s: pets, pipes, […]Read More

City officials: We’re ready for winter storm; Weather Service video

The City of El Paso is prepared to carry out the community’s deicing plan for roadways to keep arterial streets clear as low temperatures and precipitation move into the region. The National Weather Service, via a Thursday video update, says the incoming storm could produce “significant snow across the Borderland” for this weekend. “Keeping the […]Read More

Nat’l Weather Service: ‘Significant’ snowfall for region Christmas weekend

During their Wednesday briefing, officials with the National Weather Service in Santa Teresa (NM) warned Borderland residents of ‘significant snowfall’ for the entire region this weekend. On their YouTube Channel, officials said “Heavy snow event and widespread dangerous travel impact are expected for the Saturday and Sunday after Christmas day.” Officials add that from Christmas […]Read More

The Motoring Life: Parked in Memory Lane for an El

Having grown up in North Dakota as a kid, Christmas in El Paso just wasn’t the same. The biggest difference is the lack of snow – and I don’t mean the 1-2 inches that closes the city down – I mean 2-3 feet of build-a-snow-fort-that-rivals-the-rebel-base-on-Hoth-SNOW. But I’ve grown to realize that snow and freezing temperatures […]Read More