Steve Divine, KCBD NewsChannel11

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Recent articles by Steve:

Mild mid-September weather pattern

In the days ahead we will see less cloud cover and more sunshine. We should also see less smoke in our sky. This week the weather pattern will keep our days warm and our nights mild. → Read More

Weekend warm up!

Warmer weather is moving in and will remain through the weekend! It’s quite a change from the past few days with a handful of cold temperature records set. See below for the updated list, and part two of National Preparedness Month. → Read More

More record cold, then warming up

Three consecutive days with record low temperatures, and two with record cool high temperatures. I do have much warmer weather in my forecast, including my weekend outlook. → Read More

Strong front, strong storms, cold rain

Today's the day. The strong cold front I've been going on and on about, since last week, is moving through the KCBD viewing area. Ready to bundle up? → Read More

Record-low lows and highs possible

It's going to be a hot and sunny afternoon, but the advertised big weather change is still on track to bring an unseasonably strong cold front through the South Plains tomorrow. Here's the latest. → Read More

Labor Day plus a big weather change

A significant change in our weather looms in our extended forecast. First, however, mild weather for the holiday weekend. It's considered to be the unofficial end of summer. → Read More

Storms, rain, and some heat relief

Changes in our weather will be quite notable the next few days. My forecast includes a few storms, wide-spread rain showers, and some heat relief. → Read More

Century mark by late-week

Temperatures will continue seasonable today and tomorrow but will climb to above 100 degrees later this week. This forecast covers our local heat and rain chances through the end of August. → Read More

South Plains weekend heat and storm outlook

Late summer heat and moderate levels of moisture may be enough to spark isolated storms through the weekend. As has been the case recently, coverage will be spotty. More on today and this weekend in this story. → Read More

HEAT ADVISORY issued for entire KCBD area

It's going to be hotter this afternoon. However, some heat relief is included in this forecast. → Read More

Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight

At maximum, typical rates vary from 50 to 75 meteors per hour. During a prolific year there may be 100 or more per hour! → Read More

85 infants have tested positive for COVID-19 in one Texas county

Hospitals in Texas have been straining under one of the worst outbreaks in the United States, as state health officials reported more than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases for a fifth consecutive day. → Read More

Storms, still hot, but not as hot

After yesterday’s record heat, more on that below, Wednesday begins very warm and ends up hot. Just not as hot as the past couple of days. Plus, at least some of the KCBD viewing area has a shot at measurable rainfall late today. → Read More

Houston bar heavily damaged in early morning explosion

The explosion was reported shortly before 5 a.m. Friday at Bar 5015 in the Houston Museum District. → Read More

Will our mild weather last?

Here we go again. My forecast continues to trend drier and hotter. While rain now looks unlikely, temperatures in the 90s are likely. Here's my outlook for today, the final weekend of May, and the start of June. → Read More

Much milder weather to end May

After our chilliest morning in more than two weeks, temperatures will return to the 80s in the coming afternoons. Storm chances will be slim to none. Here's the weather I anticipate for the final week, and weekend, of May. → Read More

Holiday weekend storm outlook

Most of the viewing area will be storm-free today and tomorrow. Storm, and possibly severe weather, chances will gradually increase during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. → Read More

Attorney: State suspends Michigan barber’s license as he continues to resist orders

A Michigan man's license to work as a barber has been suspended, according to his attorney. → Read More

‘You saved my life’: Woman rushes to choking neighbor’s rescue

Video shows a woman in Florida saving a neighbor who was choking. → Read More

The Lubbock Tornado and today’s severe weather outlook

Today, May 11, is the 50th anniversary of the Lubbock Tornado, which killed 26 people and was the first F5 tornado to be studied in detail. You can read more later in this story. Today, there is a chance of strong storms. Here's what we can expect. → Read More