Fox News reports, parts of Indiana received several inches of snow, many people grabbed their sleds and went to the hills for a little fun in the snow. However, one person called police,
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The KSWP Good Friends Morning Krew… found this from Fox News interesting to say the least.
At 2 a.m. Sunday, daylight saving (not savings) time comes to an end for most Americans. Good riddance. Turns out it’s a lot like Justin Bieber – way overrated.
People think that farmers like DST, but that’s a myth. Author Michael Downing points out his book “Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time” that farmers were the main group lobbying against the first peacetime imposition DST in 1966.
It seems farmers don’t like the later sunrise created by DST and dairy cows adjust poorly to moooving the clock.
But DST helps conserve energy, right? No,
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Headlines at Fox News says, “Hurricane Harvey called ‘grave risk’ ahead of landfall in Texas”
The National Hurricane Center says, the Public should consider Hurricane Harvey “life-threatening and a grave risk.”
The head of the National Weather Service said Harvey is a “grave risk to the folks of Texas.”
Meteorologist say, ‘The “rapidly intensifying” storm, now forecast to become a Category 3 storm before it makes landfall on the Texas coast.”
Fox News’ Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean said Thursday. “Texas hasn’t had a hurricane make landfall since 2008, and the fact that this storm is expected to slow down and potentially bring epic floods to the coast from Louisiana to Texas is just dire.”