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Photo Of The Day

Wind-driven waves come ashore in Scituate, Mass., Wednesday, March 26, 2014.


AP Photo/Michael Dwyer

More photos of this March storm .. http://news.msn.com/us/spring-storm-brings-wind-and-snow


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Happy Spring

“She turned to the sunlight
    And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
    "Winter is dead.


Picture from Google Images

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Foggy Morning

"My little spirit, see,
    sits in a foggy cloud,
  and stays for me."
-William Shakespeare


My photo taken 2/21/14

Brandywine Park
Wilmington, DE

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1.  Tampa, FL

2.  Naples, FL

3.  Jacksonville, FL

4.  Honolulu, Hawaii

5.  Houston, TX

6.  Savannah, GA

7.  Mobile, AL

8.  Charleston, SC

9.  Key West, FL

10. Providence, RI

via The Weather Channel


An active hurricane season is expected this year, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicting 13-20 named storms, including 3-5 major hurricanes. Let’s hope they’re wrong! But after seeing what spring tornado season has brought forth I’m not holding out much hope that we’ll get off lightly with hurricane season.

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Wishing all my friends a safe Memorial Day Weekend. We are headed to Lewes, DE where the weather does not look too promising at the moment. But with weather reports always room for improvements right?


Special thanks to all the brave men and women who have served or are still serving in our military.

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Complete details and more information at http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/

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In the coming decades, climate change will lead to more frequent and more intense Midwest heat waves while degrading air and water quality and threatening public health. Intense rainstorms and floods will become more common, and existing risks to the Great Lakes will be exacerbated.

Those are some of the conclusions contained in the Midwest chapter of a draftclimate_change report released last week by the federal government that assesses the key impacts of climate change on every region in the country and analyzes its likely effects on human health, water, energy, transportation, agriculture, forests, ecosystems and biodiversity.

Three University of Michigan researchers were lead convening authors of chapters in the 1,100-plus-page National Climate Assessment, which was written by a team of more than 240 scientists.

via http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130118104121.htm

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