Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Week's Weather/Poll Results/New Poll/Groundhog Day Gala

Wintry weather for the Great Lakes and a mix possible for DC, New York and Boston. Cold spot will be the northern Plains and Great Lakes with highs in the single digits and teens.

Houston has Chamber of Commerce weather and will enjoy more of the same through Friday. Highs today will be in the 60s. Reinforcing shot of cool, dry air arrives later today. Wednesday will start at about 40 and highs will only be in the 50s (with sunshine).

Let's do winter or invierno, pronounced een-vee-air-NOH. According to all Groundhog Day animals, there will be 6 more weeks of winter.

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Our technology poll is closed. 40% love new technology and want more, more, more. 40% are managing technological changes and enjoying. 20% are managing but not enjoying. And no one wanted technological change to stop.

Our new poll is about Obama's presidency thus far. Thank you for participating.

Well, Punxsutawney Phil of Pennsylvania and at The John C. Freeman Weather Museum in Houston, Pacha the Sloth and BK the Owl from the Downtown Aquarium, all saw their shadows yesterday. So, there will be 6 more weeks of winter. There were lots of children in attendance at the Weather Museum event (as you can see from the photo at right).

The Groundhog Day Gala benefiting education programs provided by The John C. Freeman Weather Museum was a huge success. Mayor Bill White, Hurricane Director Bill Read, Houston Meteorologist in Charge Gene Hafele and Judge Ed Emmett were just a few of the VIPs honored as heroes during weather crises. The heroic crew of the Coast Guard helicopter rescue team received an emotional standing ovation. This crew risked their lives to save every occupant of a truck being engulfed by the ocean during Hurricane Ike. They continued their rescue mission even though they were running out of fuel.

Cherish the Music provided the entertainment. They performed a littany of 30+ songs which were weather themed. You can find out more about this marvelous group at

Have a wonderful day!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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