NEWSLETTER APRIL 2006
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|Hello fellow Weatherfun members, and welcome to the April issue of the Weatherfun Newsletter. |
If you did not spring forward Saturday night, you may very well be late for work come Monday morning. Yes, we are now on Daylight Savings Time and that brings us a later sunset. My sunset is now just after 7PM. As you all know this is Jerry's time of the year and Jerry's kind of weather.
Well, March came in like a lamb here in Warren, and it also went out like a lamb. Very unusual for this time of the year. March only brought Warren 7 inches of snow. March is normally noted for some pretty measurable snowstorms, but not this year. However my latest snowfall here in Warren was actually on May 8th, when we received 9 inches of new snow. I sure hope history does not repeat itself next month. Winter proved pretty good here at Weatherfun Headquarters with temps above normal and snowfall below normal. I only received 38.25 inches of snow for this winter. I can remember back in the 90s when we had over 100 inches of snow.
Our biggest problem right now folks is the very high fire danger, and dry conditions due to lack of rain. We have had several Red Flag's within the past few weeks, and this is not normal for my area. Several very large grass fires have broken out and all of them due to human error. Please if it is dry in your area, please be very careful around outdoor fires, and especially cigarettes.
As you know folks weather wise this is my time of the year. A time of year when mother nature comes alive, so get out there and enjoy it, but above all be careful.
This is your newsletter folks, so please take the time to read it thoroughly , and if you have some weather information that you would like to share with your Weatherfun members, why not send it in now. Send the information to either Bill or me and we will be sure to put it in print so that everyone can enjoy it.
Till next month folks, stay safe and keep an eye to the sky.
KSBI Cam, Oklahoma City, OK
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