NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2003
|Welcome to the Novermber issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter|
|Welcome Weatherfun members, to the November, Weatherfun Newsletter.|
Well, time is flying by folks. It seems as though just yesterday we were making plans for our 2nd Weatherfun Reunion, and here we are now approaching the end of hurricane season, the end of this month, and also the holiday season.
We also have our www.weatherfun.net website back up and running. Please feel free to use all sections of our website. We have some great features on our website. Please try them all.
I don't know if you realize it, but we are getting a lot of visitors to our website. As I write this on Saturday, Nov 1st at 10PM, we have had 2,730 visitors to our website. Yesterday, we had 7,567 visitors to our website. This is great news folks, and shows you how popular we have become.
Also please remember that we meet each Monday evening between the hours of 8 to 9PM in our general chat room. Why not drop by, say hello, talk about everyone's favorite subject "The Weather," up coming events, our past reunions, and future reunions. You name it the subject is open. Drop by and meet your Weatherfun friends.
All of our moderators are working to make Weatherfun even better than we are now. We are working on ideas, and plans for the up coming winter. Why not tell your weather friends about us, and ask them to join the best weather group on the net?
Till next month's newsletter, Susan and I would like to wish each and every one of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. We hope the holiday is spent with your family, and if you are traveling please take care on the road, especially if you have snow in your area. Yes, it is that time of the year for Lynn's favorite precipitation "SNOW." Oh did I actually spell it out?
Happy Thanksgiving folks, and see you next month.
Please remember that this is your newsletter. Please support it as much as possible. Bill is doing a great job with it, and if you have any ideas, please feel free to contact Bill or myself, and let us know what they are.
Pikes Peak Cam
The question is deceptively simple. But for an observer at sea, what appears as the horizon (in miles) is equal to 1.317 times the square root of the height of the vantage point (measured in feet.) Thus if you are 10 feet above the waterıs surface, the horizon is 4.16 miles away.
Now there's something to share at your next party.
Plan to join us at Reunion 2004
|We hope that you enjoyed this month's Newsletter. See you next month, and be sure to visit the WEATHERFUN Website but most of all have fun with your weather.|
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