Corporate social media accounts just remind me of this:
Denver had a high of 80 degrees, just 3 degrees shy of the 1948 record high for the date, on Monday. Temperatures plummeted behind a potent cold front Tuesday night into Wednesday.
As today marks six months since Superstorm Sandy made landfall on the New Jersey coast, many victims of the storm continue to rebuild homes and businesses, while disaster relief organizations move forward on the next stage of recovery.
While the situation is not serious, frequent rainfall, chilly conditions and muddy soil over much of the Midwest this spring has delayed planting for the time being.
Friendly reminder: The weather tomorrow should be pretty nice.
It is going to be pretty nice today!
The Lyrids are on their way out until this time next year. Wednesday into Thursday will be the last good chance to see them.
Where the weather is best for outdoor Earth Day activities
With the winds gusting in the wake of a cold front that has been bringing severe weather across the center of the country, firefighters may face some challenges. The winds will make the fire following the explosion more difficult to contain.