Monday, November 10, 2008

Tuesday Forecast/Flood Threat/Sarah Scissorhands

What is left of Paloma is just northeast of Cuba. Redevelopment does not look likely because there is so much wind shear.

The big story in the states is the upper storm swirling over the central part of the country. A line of storms is spinning out and there is a tornado watch over north central Texas. Also there are winter weather advisories and warnings and freezing rain warnings in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota.

On Tuesday, there will be rain and snow over the northern and central plains. There will be thunderstorms southward to Houston. It is going to be a soggy couple of days in Houston. I would not be surprised if we have some flooding trouble...Wednesday looks like the wettest day of all. Humidity will be high...temperatures mild. Nice weekend coming our way...although Saturday will be breezy and cool--good for kite flying.

The word of the day is haircut or corte de pelo, pronounced CORE-tay day PAY-low. When my hair is long, I schedule a corte de pelo.

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Well Sarah did it again. I had her working on some exercises with cutting. After giving her the assignment, I went into the kitchen. When I came back, I found long pieces of hair on the floor. Yep. She cut it. The first time was right at the beginnning of kindergarten when she cut her hair right in the front...a couple days before school pictures. Well Santa is going to ask Sarah what happened to her hair. It's not that's toward the back. What I don't understand is why had to be hard to reach that one spot. I figure it will take about 5 months to grow back out. When I asked her why she did it, she said, "I don't know". Well that answer hasn't changed. Tee hee!

Have a great Tuesday!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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