NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2003
|Welcome to the February issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter|
Well, folks, here we are with the February Weatherfun Newsletter. By the time you read this, that furry creature called Punxsutawney Phil has already done his thing and we know how much more winter we have to go through.|
I don't know about you, but I would rather put my money on the amount of dust on Bill's golf clubs.
Well, most of us at this time have gone through some of the coldest weather that we have seen in many years. Here in Warren it has been the coldest weather in close to five years. But, no records were broken, only plenty of water pipes. It was the duration of the cold that made it feel so much worst than what it really was.
Now here we are in February and the 25th. Anniversary of the Blizzard of 78. I hope to have some pictures and websites that I know you will all enjoy about this once in a life time storm shortly.
Here's hoping that February will not be too tough on all of us, and the one inch of dust builds up on Bill's golf clubs real quick and spring will not be that far away.
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View From The Top Of
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
A large thundercloud may hold as much as 150,000 tons of water in the form of raindrops and ice crystals. This water would be enough to fill a pond a mile long, 300 feet wide, and a little over 5 feet deep.
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