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Trending Colder

November 21, 2017

After a warm start, November has been trending colder and will likely finish the month that way.

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Standard Time

November 6, 2017

We are now in “Standard Time.” IMHO, we should STAY in Standard Time year round. There is absolutely no reason in our current day-in-age to subject our population to shifting our body clocks twice a year. There were good reasons when we were an agrarian society without artificial lights, but this bi-annual exercise has outlived […]

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Dark Mornings

November 2, 2017

Our very dark mornings will ease a bit as we wake on Sunday morning. This is the weekend we fall back one hour before going to bed on Saturday night. No big deal if you forget, since you will be EARLY for everything on Sunday morning if you forget.

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Christmas In Pilaf Book #3

November 1, 2017

It’s now available! Visit ChristmasInPilaf.com for Amazon links and a list of book signings this year. Here is my radio interview this morning on WHBC. WHBC Radio Interview And here is the video from our Facebook Weather Page, a place where I will give away a free copy of my book this Friday, November 3rd.

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Let There Be Light

October 27, 2017

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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After The Game

October 27, 2017

Good news for Friday night high school football games: Most, if not all, fields will remain rain-free through the fourth quarter. The best window for rain will come after midnight tonight, ending after the lunch hour Saturday.

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Orionids

October 21, 2017

Here is one of the Orionid meteors captured last night by Wayne Griffith, a NEOhio resident.  

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Spotting Orion

October 19, 2017

Orion is now visible rising in the eastern sky just after midnight. If you look above Orion, you’ll spot a reddish star, Aldebaran. Continue up from there and you will find the “Seven Sisters,” the Pleiades Cluster.

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Stunning Dawn

October 18, 2017

Brad Timerson, a retired science teacher in western New York, captured this beautiful pre-dawn moonrise with Venus still showing in the morning sky. Very soon, Venus will sink into the brighter dawn colors and will disappear from view in December, re-emerging as an evening “star” for much of 2018. In the meantime, have you been […]

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Next 16 Days

October 13, 2017

Thus far in October, only ONE day (October 1st) was anywhere close to “normal.” While a rather definitive cool-down is coming early next week, it will be short-lived. The overall trend will continue to be mild for October until we approach the end of the month.

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