Thursday, April 16, 2009

Severe Threat/Best Impression of John Madden/Hurricane Consulting Guru

There has been severe weather today (Thursday) in west Texas (including one tornado). On Friday the area of severe weather will shift slightly east. Look out in central Texas and the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles. It will be chilly over the Rockies and western Plains. There will be snow/rain in Denver. Meanwhile the weather will be delightful in the eastern U.S. and in California with highs in the 60s, 70s and 80s. The Pacific Northwest will be rainy with highs in the 50s and 60s.

Houston will have storms--mainly in the afternoon. Even though The Storm Prediction is not indicating severe weather, be prepared for it anywhere. More rain is likely on Saturday--good luck and safe travel to all of our MS 150 participants. And, Sunday, there will be one more round of storms early and then a sunny and pleasant afternoon.

Let's do impression or imitaciĆ³n, pronounced ee-mee-tah-see-OWN. Frank Caliendo does a very good imitaciĆ³n of John Madden, who is planning to retire.

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As we get closer to hurricane season, be sure to contact my good friend, Lew Fincher, for all your hurricane consulting needs. Lew eats, sleeps, and drinks hurricanes and he is definitely a walking encyclopedia. Check out his company's web site:

John Madden is retiring. I guess it is a big loss to football. I never thought about him much until I heard Frank Caliendo doing an impression of him. To catch it and more great impressions, check out this link.

Have a fantastic Friday!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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