NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2011
issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter
|Welcome Weatherfun members to the November Newsletter and Jerry's words.|
Well, I don't know how much of a fall it has been in your area, but here in Rhode Island it has not been much of a fall at all. Due to the tropical storm and the weather that we have been having the trees just have not turned the beautiful colors that they normally do. Of course most of them have also caught a fungus that has not help at all.
Of course we had that sneak snow storm this past weekend that dropped one inch of snow in the Warren area. Still at this hour in the states of CT, and Mass. there are thousands of households without power. National Grid says that some area could be without power until late Sunday night and even beyond. Trick and treaters in some areas have been put off until Friday night. Some areas are still dangerous for the little ones to walk out in due to hanging branches, limbs and some poles still down. My cousin in the Nashua area of NH still has no power at this hour. Truly an early sneak storm that caught us all off guard.
I hope you and your families are getting ready for a very Happy Thanksgiving, and will all enjoy it together like we will here in Warren.
Just a word about next summer's Family Reunion. I know we have had some great reunions, but with our activity director Andy on the job he has great plans for next year's reunion, that yes I say will knock your socks off. So, please be sure to plan your vacation for the second week of July for the best reunion yet.
Till next month stay safe HAPPY THANKSGIVING, and see you next month.
October 28th-30th brought historic snow from West Virginia to Maine.
The main reason is that longer nights allow the temperature to cool to the condensation point.
Radiational fog is most likely to occur in low-lying areas during a clear, calm night.
This type of fog becomes less common during winter
when clear air masses are typically very dry.
Tornadoes don't just happen in the Spring.
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Jerry or Bill
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