NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2005
|Welcome to the September issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter|
|Greetings fellow Weatherfun members and welcome to your September newsletter. |
As I told Bill just yesterday time is marching on. Here we are at September, and before we know it the snow will be flying and we will be thinking of winter storms. But, as you know we still have some great weather ahead of us. Fall here in the northeast can have some of the best weather of the year. Although Labor Day is upon us, and the unofficial end of the summer, we still have a lot of great weather ahead of us before the snow does fly. As you may have heard the Farmers Almanac is predicting a cold and snowy winter for the northeast. Well they have been wrong before and I for one sure hope that they are this year.
As you know the 2005 Weatherfun Family Reunion is now history. Again everyone had a great time, and we all looking forward to when we can meet our friends in person again. It was just great seeing everyone again and enjoying each others company, and listening to our weather stories. Who knows maybe we can have another mini winter reunion again next year, and we all look forward to the 5th anniversary Weatherfun Family Reunion coming up next July. Hopefully we can start plans the first of January for the 2006 reunion.
Of course the biggest thing we have going on right now, is the devastating hurricane Katrina. To say that this was a history making storm would be putting it mildly. Everyone knew that this would be a terrible storm, but I don't think anyone even imagined how bad it would be. To see what we are seeing today on TV is unbelievable. It was a storm that will effect all of our lives for years to come. Already we are seeing it's effect at our local gas stations.
As you know we are about to go into the peak hurricane season. Dr Gray just today released new information on the rest of this years hurricane season, and it does not look good. As I write this we have new storms forming in the Atlantic and this time next week we could be talking about the next storm. I know that we all pray that we will never see a storm with destruction that Katrina has done.
Unlike past storms Katrina has hit home here on Weatherfun. We have Don, who has moved north to get away from Katrina. Now, as you all know Don does not know what is left of his house when he returns to his home. We also have Kristen's father who was also effected by Katrina. This one hit home folks. We all pray that when Don, and Kristen's father is finally able to return to their homes that the destruction is not what they think that it is. We all pray and hope that the rest of this year's hurricane season is no where like Katrina was. Over the next several days I will be talking more online about Katrina.
Until we all meet again next month enjoy what is left of your summer. Get out and enjoy the great weather that can be had this time of the year. But again we all hope that the rest of the hurricane season is not what Dr. Gray says that it will be.
Remember this is your newsletter. If you have any articles or information that you would like to see here, please feel free to send it to Bill or me.
Stay safe and keep an eye to the sky.
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