Sunday, June 7, 2009

Week's Weather/Star Trek Reviewed/Twins Update

Keeping an eye on the area of low pressure in the western Caribbean...there is a lot of wind shear over it--that prevents or inhibits development. At the very least, it will bring some heavy rains to Central America. More to come.
On Monday, some severe weather is possible from the plains to Tennessee. There will also be a few thunderstorms over the Rockies and the southeast. The cool spots will be the northern states and the California coast with highs in the 50s and 60s (only 60s CA coast). Plenty of 80s and 90s across the southeast and south.
Houston, the high dewpoints are back. So, it will be hot and sticky on Monday. And there is no change in sight for the next week with very low rain chances.
Let's do movie or película, pronounced peh-LEE-coo-lah. Guess which película I got to see today...check out the AND MORE section to find out.
Speaking of movies, have we got a video for you...our award winning Let's Learn Frank & Paco, Volume 1. It makes a great gift for youngsters. Order today from You can also order from,,,,,, and For our English as a Second Language (ESL) version, got to
Finally got to see Star Trek...I enjoyed it although in the original series, the only time Spock every got lovey-dovey was when he was under some kind of mind-alterating influence. Oh was fun to watch. I've heard that is not satisfactory to "purists" and one purist friend of mine said that it definitely was an ordeal for him to watch the movie. But, he also admitted that he saw it a second time, relaxed and actually began to enjoy it.
The twins had their first outing to the pool this weekend. Michael and Alexander are doing great! And big brother Teddy is enjoying them too. They are now 6 weeks old.
Have a great week everyone!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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