Monday, November 17, 2008

Tuesday Forecast/Update on Cousin

All is quiet in the the tropics.

Meanwhile, winter storm warnings and snow advisories are in effect for the northeast and northern Appalachians. Highs in that part of the country will be in the 20s, 30s, and 40s.

Houston's weather and the rest of the country will be dry and pleasant. In fact a reinforcing shot of dry air arrives Tuesday. Look for a few showers in Houston as early as Thursday. Best chance for rain will be Monday/Tuesday.

I would like to say family or familia, pronounced fah-mee-LEE-ah. There is nothing like familia when times are tough.

And this holiday season, you'll want to give something very special to those young ones in your family. So, get them something entertaining and educational. Enhance their cognitive development while teaching them Spanish through our award winning DVD, Volume 1 of Let's Learn Spanish with Frank and Paco from,,,,,,, and

Saw my cousin today (the one who had been injured in the car accident). She is working hard on her recovery and her family is by her side. One of the other passengers passed away last week (I only learned of it today). Please keep all of them and their families in your prayers.

Have a safe Tuesday everyone.
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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