Monday, March 25, 2013
The weather channel is calling for more than inch of wintery mess today.
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Monday, March 25
It's no surprise, but winter isn't over yet. With snow expected to begin early today, we can expect a few inches of the white stuff by the end of the day Monday, but the end of the week cold end on a nice note. According to weatherchannel.com, a wintry mix with snow could begin at around 4 a.m., with 2 to 4 inches of accumulation on Monday. The snow may mix in with some rain and winds could it 10 to 20 mph with temperatures in the mid 30s. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday we can expect to see sunny skies with temperatures near 50. Things get even better on Friday and Saturday, with Sunny skies and temperatures in the low 50s.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Plan your week in New Brunswick this week.
After a wintery start to the week, we can expect sunshine as we close it out. According to Weather.com, we can expect it to be cloudy to start today, with light snow and rain later, with some possible sleet as well. Highs are expected to hit 37 and winds will be between 10 and 20 mph. The snow and rain will change to all rain overnight, with some possible sleet, and lows in around 35. On Tuesday, rain will end early before there are a few breaks of sun during the afternoon. Expect rain though, with nearly a quarter of an inch expected, and winds to be between 10 and 20 mph. It will dry out a bit on Wednesday, but will be mostly cloudy, with a high of 44 and winds at around 19 mph. There will be more clouds on Thursday with a high of 38 …
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Some easy to follow tips on how to stay healthy during the winter, and during the year-round.
As the cold weather starts, we begin to face the inevitable illnesses that go hand-in-hand with winter. Luckily, there are measures that you can take to keep your kids healthy all year long. 1. Keep them safe in the car. Although this may seem like an odd recommendation to lead the list of ways to your child healthy this winter, accidents are the number one cause of death among children, with motor vehicle accidents being the most common. Following child passenger safety guidelines is the single most important way to keep your child healthy. According to the Centers for Disease Control, following guidelines for child passenger safety can reduce the risk of death by at least half. Children under 13 years of age should be in the back …