Monday, December 14, 2009

When Sunshine Will Return/Christmas Outlook/Easy Holiday Baking Idea

Very cold in the northern plains and western Great Lakes states with higs in the single digits. Florida will be balmy with highs in the 80s. Some thunderstorms from Texas to South Carolina and the northern half of Florida. Snow for the Intermountain region and Sierra Nevada. 50s and 60s from southern California through Texas and into the eastern seaboard. Colder for the Pacific Northwest through the central US into the northeast with highs in the teens to 40s.

The weather has been quite Seattle like for central, southern and east Texas for days. The good news after a very drippy weekend, the coming weekend will be sunny and dry.

Houston, today will be cloudy and wet. In fact, there is a new cold front approaching that could bring a few thunderstorms (although severe ones are not expected) later this afternoon and overnight. Look for more fog tonight. Still some clouds and rain around into at least early Wednesday. But Thursday through the coming Monday should be sunny and dry with lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s. Today will be a bit milder with highs in the 60s. Tuesday and Wednesday will be cool with highs in the 50s.

Christmas Outlook for Houston--some rain and mild to muggy. (sorry...doesn't look like we are going to get that White Christmas you've been asking about). But, it is still a long way off. So, I will update again soon!

Let's do wet or mojado, pronounced mow-HA-dough. Boy has it been mojado in Houston lately.

Don't forget that I am running a holiday special on the DVDs Let's Learn Spanish with Frank & Paco. Just send me an email to and enjoy the pre-Christmas special (through Dec. 22nd) to get our award winning volume 1 DVD or newly released volume 2 DVD of the Frank & Paco series for $10 (even--that includes the tax in Texas--outside of Texas it will be even lower than $10) and free shipping. I will send it to you and you can mail me a check or money order.

Or you can order via the following web sites for a higher amount:
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Here's a quick easy way to make your brownies holiday festive. I made my usual batch and then sprinkled green and red M & Ms on top before baking. Voila! Christmas brownies!

To all my Jewish friends, hope you are having a wonderful Hanukkah.

Have a great week everyone!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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