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via: myfoxhouston.com HOUSTON – Early morning commuters battled thick fog on the way into work Tuesday. As of 6:30 a.m., there were no reports of any major accidents and the fog on the west and northwest side of town started to lift. Foggy Start to Valentine’s Day in Houston: MyFoxHOUSTON.com Read more: http://www.myfoxhouston.com/dpp/traffic/120214-foggy-start-to-valentines-day-in-houston#ixzz1mNPU5BsZ

Heavy thunderstorms moved through southeast Texas on Monday morning, forcing weather alerts for the Houston area.

The warm weather we saw to ring in the New Year is gone, and the first Monday of 2012 is a bit on the chilly side, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist David Paul.

But what if your phone could tell you precisely when and where it will rain?

Three governors declared states of emergency Thursday as Hurricane Irene threatened to wreak havoc along the United States' Eastern Seaboard.

Houston

"It's important for seniors because they kind of refuse to use their utilities in these hot summer months," Hines said. "I'm already understanding that people are beginning to feel faint."

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Health

The Winter is making a big statement all across the U.S. this holiday season.  Heavy winds, cold flurries and a lot of snow have ushered  into many cities and made a grand entrance.  Bundling up and keeping warm is the best way to survive this season.  Who likes to be cold anyway?

After things warm up considerably this week they’re going to turn very cold, probably just before the holiday. The following outlook comes courtesy of Fred Schmude and Andrew Artzer, a pair of meteorologists with

Temperatures cooled a bit Thursday along parts of the East Coast that have been suffering under a blistering heat wave this week, but it might be too early to get out of the pool just yet. The National Weather Service still has heat advisories out for much of the region.