Friday, March 26, 2010

Weekend Forecast/Special Needs Amusement Park in Texas/Hurricane Forecast

On Saturday, highs will be in the 20s and 30s across the northern New England. Higs will be in the 60s, 70s and/or 80s across the southern plains and southwest and southeast. Northern plains and Rockies will have highs in the 40s and 50s central plains and western Great Lakes states.

Houston, here is another Chamber of Commerce weekend for you. Lows will be in the low 50s and highs in the upper 70s to near 80 Saturday and low 70s on Sunday. Weak cold front will move through early Sunday. There is a slight chance (20%) for rain primarily late Saturday into early Sunday. Expect some showers and thundestorms this coming Friday.

Let's do park or parque, pronounced PAR-kay. There is a very special amusement parque opening in San Antonio. Read the AND MORE section to learn more.

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A very special amusement park is opening in San Antonio in 14 days. It's Morgan's Wonderland. There have already been some preview days and my brother, Sam, who has three sons (one with autism) has already visited it--during some special pre-opening days. The price for his autistic son--$0 and for everyone else $5 each. Sam said the best part was--no long lines. The park has a special easy access carousel and sensory area. You can't just show up. You have to register in advance. It was inspired by a man who has a special needs daughter when he realized that she wanted to interact with others and join in their fun, but sometimes just couldn't. The daughter's name is Morgan. To learn more, go to this link:

Hurricane season begins June 1st and the Weather Research Center (WRC) has released it's 2010 hurricane season forecast: calling for 8 named storms--five of them hurricanes. The Texas coast has a 60% chance of getting hit by a tropical storm (51% is the chance in an average year). The highest chance will be 90% for western Florida (average chance is 71%). To learn more about the WRC and the John C. Freeman Weather Museum, go to:

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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