NEWSLETTER MARCH 2006
|Greetings fellow Weatherfun members, and welcome to your March issue of the Weatherfun newsletter. |
If you read my daily reports you will know that on March 1st. I welcomed everyone to the first day of spring. Ah, you say Jerry kind of pushing it a bit haw. Well, no folks. March 1st. is the metrological first day of spring. So, welcome to spring. March also came in like a lamb here at Weatherfun Headquarters, so you all know what that means. It will go out like a lion. Oh boy up here in the northeast that could spell SNOW.
I hope everyone is looking forward to an early spring, and the great weather that spring can bring. Everything suddenly comes alive. Flowers start to bloom, nature wakes up, and new life emerges. in other words Jerry's kind of weather.
Very shortly we will be announcing the 5th annual Weatherfun Family reunion, plans. We are currently putting the finishing touches on the announcement, and it will be on the way to you shortly. Everyone is looking forward to the 5th anniversary reunion, and the best one yet.
Also those of you who get the monthly newsletter of the AAWO weather group, be sure to check out the March issue. They will be doing a special story on me, and how I became a weather nut. I am honored and thank them very much of including this story about me in their March newsletter. Also from time to time I will be sending in a weather related article to their monthly newsletter.
Until next month I hope the weather is more spring like in your area than it is here in Warren. So far no real signs of spring. Also be sure to check out the reunion material and why not make plans now to attend this great event. A weekend of weather related items, local tourist attractions, good food and above all good friendship. Until we meet next month, stay safe and keep an eye to the sky.
WTVM skycam from Columbus, Ohio
Hall of Fame
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