The “Great American Eclipse” was a great distraction for a day, and it was pretty amazing, but Texas may have a problem in the form of a Tropical storm, or even Hurricane, Harvey as early as Friday evening. As of this morning, the remnants of Harvey’s circulation are located over the Yucatan Peninsula and moving […]
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Over the last 10 years, thunderstorms and lightning activity have caused 312 deaths in the U.S., 246 males and 66 females. 21% of those deadly strikes occurred on or near a body of water, either fishing, boating or some related activity. The problem is that these folks weren’t being careless or reckless, like many of […]
Effects of a Total Solar Eclipse on Galveston Bay">Effects of a Total Solar Eclipse on Galveston Bay
A very rare and spectacular occurrence is upon us, on August 21st, 2017, most of the U.S. will be in the direct path of a total solar eclipse, which hasn’t occurred in almost a century. The last time an eclipse was visible as a partial or total solar eclipse by the entire continental U.S. was […]
Resources for Boating Regulations This holiday weekend is a busy time out on the water. Recreational boaters from all walks of life will come out to enjoy the beaches, bays, lakes and waterways. It is this time when we must be most cautious. Intoxication, inexperience and oversight account for most on-the-water accidents during these summer […]
Between 2006 and 2016, 352 people were fatally struck by lightning in the United States. Nearly two thirds of those struck and killed by lightning were enjoying outdoor recreational activities when they were struck. There is a common misconception that golfers make up a large proportion of these deaths. But there’s another activity that involves […]
- Beach Hazards Statement issued September 21 at 4:11AM CDT until September 22 at 7:00PM CDT by NWS...Minor Coastal Flooding and Strong Rip Currents... .Minor beach flooding and elevated tide levels will continue through the weekend and potentially into Monday. Strong rip currents expected through Saturday evening. Water levels will remain high over the weekend and could exceed 3.0 feet. ...BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT NOW IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING...