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Deans Blinds and Awnings, British manufacturer of patio awnings, canopies, and awnings of various types has issued safety tips on the handling of awnings during bad weather conditions to their customers and to the public. With the return of the
Texas The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of Feb. 4: Central: The region had extremely cold conditions early in the week, with warmer temperatures and high winds late in the week. Some counties received
Spring storm pounces WeatherWatch.co.nz, Fuseworks September 8, 2012, 11:16 am Our first spring storm of the season has pounced on New Zealand affecting flights in and out of the capital, causing damage and making for dangerous conditions outdoors.
The first storm in the series is expected to start with 20 to 30 mph winds in the coastal areas with gusts as high as 45 mph on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, said meteorologist Brian Garcia. Mountain communities such as Kneeland -- as well as
tool goes here It's a new year, but the same windy weather is in the forecast for Whatcom County through Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 4. A wind advisory is in effect through 4 p.m., as a frontal system offshore was set to create prolonged windy
Debruyn said mallards and wigeon in about equal percentages have made up the bulk of the bag so far, filled out with smaller numbers of pintail and teal. "We've probably lost some teal already to cold temperatures," he said. "They'll start heading
Significant windy blast on the way WeatherWatch.co.nz, Fuseworks November 22, 2011, 11:10 am Another blast of windy weather is returning to New Zealand and this next burst looks likely to be more widespread than Monday's stormy conditions.
A windstorm is forecasted to whip through Bellingham Wednesday night, Nov. 16, and along with 30 mph gusts comes the guarantee of a rain-soaked day. At that point, the wild weather will just be getting started...Highs in the 40s and a couple days of
tool goes here Whatcom County residents should prepare for the possibility of scattered power outages and coastal flooding as windy weather is in the forecast starting Friday afternoon, Nov. 11. Winds of 25 to 35 mph are expected through Friday night,
May 26, 2011 Warm, windy weather will kick off the 3-day Memorial Day weekend, but it will end on a cool note. According to CBS 5 chief meteorologist Chris Dunn, the weekend forecast is a continuation of a dry and windy springtime pattern. "The past