Archive for January, 2018

Snowflake Photos

January 31, 2018

Join me on my latest podcast with NEOhio local, Wayne Griffith, who started photographing extreme close-ups of snowflakes this winter!

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Lunar Eclipse Photos

January 31, 2018

Here are some of the beautiful images showing up on social media today as I read Psalm 19:1, “The heavens declare the glory of God.”

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How Often?

January 30, 2018

I meditated and focused on Ephesians 6:18 (NLT) this morning while I enjoyed my breakfast. “Pray in the Spirit at all times and on every occasion. Stay alert and be persistent in your prayers for all believers everywhere.” In Moody’s Today In The Word, it mentions a Barna Survey done in 2017 about prayer, asking […]

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Is Winter “Over?”

January 26, 2018

Hardly. The warm, blocking Alaska ridge returns at the end of next week, directing the cold air from the north pole back south into the continental USA. While not as insanely and brutally cold as early January, the jet stream looks like it will position itself to give us an active storm track. Much of […]

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Second Coldest

January 24, 2018

Cleveland’s second coldest day on record occurred on this date (January 24, 1963) when the temperature fell to -19°F. Here are the archived weather maps from that day. You can click ON the image to see the map in full resolution. Winds Aloft Chart (500 MB): Surface Map: Highs/Lows Chart: Full Archived View January 24, […]

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Goodnight John Coleman

January 23, 2018

I write about my former boss and friend, John Coleman, in my first book, The Extra Mile (available HERE on Amazon). When I first saw John doing weather segments for the brand new national morning program, Good Morning America, I thought John was the best thing that came along since sliced bread. His brand of […]

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January 20, 2018

With the milder breezes overnight, we woke to some “sastrugi-like” pillars on our deck railing this morning. For those interested in learning more about sastrugi, CLICK HERE.

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Fireball Lights Up Sky Tonight!

January 16, 2018

Check out this video courtesy Mike Austin in SE Michigan: It was seen all over the Great Lakes states, including Cleveland.

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January So Far

January 15, 2018

Despite a significant thaw, the first half of January has averaged much colder than normal thanks to the brutal cold that strangled the eastern United States for the two weeks after Christmas Day.

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Highest Impact

January 11, 2018

The highest impact for frozen precipitation (freezing rain, sleet, and snow, in that order) will begin in the early afternoon Friday. It is shaping up to be a messy Friday evening commute. Plan ahead. Get fuel today. Plan on extra time to get from point A to point B Friday night into pre-sunrise Saturday in […]

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