Sunday, April 5, 2009

Weather this Week/An Extra Easter Treat/Weather Museum Events

It was just downright nasty Saturday and Sunday across the central plains and midwest. My mother-in-law in Council Bluffs, Iowa said it was stormy, wet and then cold. And when I checked this a.m. it was snowing!

Monday, there will be snow over the Great Lakes and possibly as far south as St. Louis. And parts of the southeast (includng Florida) and east could have severe storms. Out west, the weather will be spectacular with sunshine and highs in the 60s. The southern plains will also be quite pleasant.

Houston will start the week dry and sunny. Mornings will be cool. Outlying areas will be in the 30s on Tuesday morning--be alert for a light frost extreme outlying areas like Conroe and Katy. By Thursday and Friday, clouds and humidity increase. There could be a thunderstorm or shower on Easter Sunday.

Let's do Easter or Pascua, pronounced PAHS-cwah. Pascua is coming. Make sure you get those special chores done to help the Easter bunny.

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I am on the board of the nation's only weather museum and it's right here in Houston--The John C. Freeman Weather Museum. We have some exciting events coming up. So, get out your calendar and write down these dates:
Tuesday, April 21st - Climate Change Seminar
Wednesday, April 22nd - Free Museum Birthday/Earth Day Festivities at museum with yours truly as emcee
Friday, April 24th - Weather Museum Golf Classic at Wildcat Golf Course

Here is some info. from the museum folks:

The earth day/ birthday day site is up on the web at In it is information about our events, activities for teachers and a bunch of good conservation/recycling info. The climate change seminar flier is up on the web with registration form, map, and schedule of speakers. This can be found at

So, I sure hope you can participate in some of these wonderful community events! Let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great week!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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