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Welcome to the DECEMBER issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter

Words From Jerry
Greetings fellow Weatherfun members.

Well, it seems like just a short time ago, we were talking about the beginning of hurricane season. Now hurricane season has passed, Thanksgiving is behind us, and in a few short weeks, winter, and Christmas will be here. Time sure flies when you are having fun. And fun we are having here on Weatherfun. We have grown quite a bit in the last few months and we have taken on some real sharp weather watchers. Our website has grown and is under revamp by our very capable webmaster Richard Foreman.
We started out last month with just two member weather lines, and now we have eight with more members who want to have their own lines in the near future. Looks like to me folks that Weatherfun is a very successful group.
The new year will be upon us shortly and we will grown even more in the coming year. Weather wise we have had our first snowstorm here in Warren before Thanksgiving, that gave us 5 inches of that terrible white stuff. I don't know about your part of the country, but it looks like we could have a pretty snowy winter here at Weatherfun Headquarters. I knew I should have gone south.
We are a great group. A great bunch of weather watchers, and a great group of friends. Susan and I, and everyone here in Warren would like to wish you all a very Happy Holiday season. We hope you all enjoy the Christmas Season with your family, enjoy their company, their love, your Weatherfun family, and that fact that in this great nation, we can all enjoy these great privileges.

Again from Susan and I a very MERRY CHRISTMAS.

November's Weather
  • 1st - 3rd Heavy rains along the Texas, Louisana, & Missippippi coastline.
  • More rain moved into the SE of Texas on the 4th, and didn't leave until the 6th.
  • Below normal temperatures continued for many parts of the US during the first week.
  • 7th - The first in a series of storms hit the West Coast with rain, wind, & mountain snow. San Francisco received its first measureable rain since late May.
  • 9th & 10th - Mild to warm air over the eastern US during the past few days and an advancing cold front, lead to a widespread tonado outbreak in Alabama, Tennesse, Ohio, & Pennsylvania with at least 35 deaths.
  • 16th - 17th Another storm moved up the East Coast bringing a soaking rain & high winds. Many parts of New England got hit with snow, sleet, and freezing rain causing major problems.
  • 26th - 27th Light snow from a fast moving storm from the Ohio River valley to the East Coast. New York City got an inch, but parts of New England received a half of foot of the white stuff.
  • 28th Thanksgiving found cold temperatures continuing throughout the eastern 2/3rds of the US.

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Annapolis, MD

Links 4 You
You can checkout the average snowfall by month for 100s of towns & cities throughout the US by going to
Snowfall Norms
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Did You Know?
As we move into Winter, do you know what the 540 line is? You can learn all about it at
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