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Welcome to the November issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter

Words From Jerry
Hello, and welcome to the November issue of the Weatherfun Newsletter.
Well, here we are already November, and the holiday's are just around the corner. The weather up here in the Northeast is a little ahead of it's time, with very cold temperatures, and we have already had our first snow flurries here at Weatherfun Headquarters. For me this is way too early in the season.

I would like to take this time to welcome our newest members to Weatherfun. I am sure you are finding out that you have not only joined a great bunch of weather watchers, but also a great family oriented group of people, who like to talk about the weather, and have a good time doing it. If you have not introduced yourself to the group yet, why not do it now. Let us know who you are, where you live, and what your weather interest are. Also while you are at it, why not check out our new Weatherfun website, at:
We have just about the best weather related website on the net. I have received several praises from other weather groups about our site. Our webmaster Richard Foreman, with the help of Daniel Lamb have been working very hard to make our site a success. So, why not check it out, and also the toll free 800 numbers that we have, and the different announcements that we have. Check out our newest announcements three weather forecast for three different parts of the country. Richard Foreman in Texas, Bill on Long Island, and mine here in Rhode Island. Check out our website, call the toll free number, enter the announcement code and listen to Richard, Bill, and myself give our live weather up date for our part of the country. You to can do the same for your area of the country.

Coming up during the month of November will be two topics that I will be sending out to the general membership. The first will be a question that I would like to ask each and every one of you. The question will be: WHAT HAS WEATHERFUN DONE FOR YOU, AND HOW HAS WEATHERFUN CHANGED YOUR LIFE? I have received several private answers to this question from a few members, but I would like you all to share your thoughts on this one question. Please do not send out an answer to this question yet, only send it when I ask for it.
The second will be a short survey, that I will send out asking a few general questions about Weatherfun. The survey will come after we have the answers to the above question.

Until next month Susan and I would like to wish all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. May you all enjoy this very special day with your loved ones.

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October's Weather
  • 11th - After wandering around the Atlantic for over 3 weeks, Kyle barely came ashore in South Carolina. He brought heavy rain to much of SC & NC with winds up to 40 mph. A few weak tornadoes formed in various areas.
  • 13th - The first real cold weather moved down from Canada in the Upper Great Plains, setting many record low temperatures. The cold air move East & South on the 14th with below normal temps
  • 14th - A low pressure formed in the NE Gulf, and swung up the East Coast on the 15th as a Nor'easter dumping heavy rain with very strong winds, but not as bad as forecasted.
  • 20th-24th - After a dry summer, many parts of Texas received days of rain that caused flooding in some areas.
  • 21st - 23rd - A system moved from the upper Plains, cross the Great Lakes & New England dropping snow along the way. Not a major storm, but it's still only October!
  • 24th - A tornado near Corpus Christi, TX kills one person.
  • 25th - Hurricane Kenna slams into western Mexico with 140 mph winds.
  • 26th-28th - The remanents of Hurricane Kenna combined with a stionary front to form a low pressure in the NW Gulf that brought very heavy rain to southern Louisiana & southern Missippippi.
  • 28th - Heavy rains & tornados along the Louisiana & Missippippi coastline.

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Links 4 You
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What does the word GRAUPEL mean? It's A form of frozen precipitation consisting of snowflakes or ice crystals and supercooled water droplets frozen together. Or soft hail.
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