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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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God’s Artwork

January 10, 2018

North Canton photographer, Wayne Griffith, recently used a super-macro lens to capture the amazing beauty of the snowflake. No matter how simple or complex, no two snowflakes are ever identical, and always have six sides. They also vary in the sense that some appear “simple:” …while others appear wildly “complex:” Some of them are just […]

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A Breather Next Week

January 3, 2018

It looks like the atmosphere will give us a possible breather from the intense cold next week, as temperatures hover around, or even climb a little above normal (35°F)! Let’s hope this comes to fruition.  

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Lake Erie Ice

January 1, 2018

Given the extent and resident time of the extreme cold over Lake Erie, look for the lake to completely freeze over in the next 7-10 days:

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Happy New Year!

January 1, 2018

What a memorable New Year’s Day… it has been quite a while since a full week before and after New Year’s Day has been, and will be, persistently brutally cold. Nonetheless, it’s my prayer for you and your loved ones that 2018 is a year of God’s favor and blessing on your lives.

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Drama Continues

December 27, 2017

…and the last flake hasn’t even stopped yet!

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Record Snow In Erie

December 26, 2017

Long-standing snowfall records were not only broken in Erie, PA since Christmas Day, they were completely SHATTERED! Even Lake Count, Ohio is getting in on some of the lake effect dumping. Here’s a tweet from Jenn Harcher: I’ll post more images right here (below) as I am able to do so. (Photos reposted here by […]

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