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Friday, 31 October 2014


Happy Halloween Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day.  It was sprinkling and cool this morning with our temperature of 42 degrees with the humidity of 85% and the wind chill of 38 degrees at 7:09am.  The kids will be home today due to it is an E-Learning day for the kids to do their school work at home.  Remember to dress warmer tonight for when the kids go out trick-or-treating.  They are calling for snow this evening with the falling temperatures.  So for the night temperatures are going to be ranging in the high 20's.  So make sure you stay warm!

Today we have our Euchre players coming in around 1'ish to have their card game.

Lets see what's going on in the news.  Riley Street closed today.  Riley Street between Mitchell and Richmond streets is closed today from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for sewer work.

Next week, Niblock Excavating is scheduled to mill off the surface of Riley Street from Diamond Street to U.S. 6, and Garden Street from Diamond Street to Vine Street. Repaving will follow the milling, weather permitting.    Reported by KPC News.

Also students will have eLearning day.  Friday is an eLearning day for East Noble students who will remain home to do their schoolwork.

Students will receive their assignments from their teachers prior to Friday. Teachers will attend full-day professional development at East Noble High School on Friday and will have contact with their students throughout the day.

 

 

The East Noble School Corporation food service will serve lunch to interested students at North Side Elementary in Kendallville from 11 a.m to 12 noon. No transportation will be provided. Lunch reservations must be completed and returned to the student’s school. Forms have been sent home with elementary students.     Reported by KPC News

Today and the weekend's weather is supposed to be:

10/31/2014

Hi: 42°

Rain showers in the morning...then rain showers...possibly mixed with snow showers in the afternoon. Breezy. No snow accumulation. Highs in the lower 40s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph becoming north 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 40 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 90 percent.

Lo: 28°

Partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of snow showers through midnight...then mostly clear after midnight. Windy. Lows in the upper 20s. North winds 20 to 30 mph decreasing to 15 to 20 mph after midnight.

Saturday

11/1/2014

Hi: 38°

Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 30s. North winds 10 to 20 mph.

Lo: 25°

Clear. Lows in the mid 20s. Northwest winds around 5 mph.

Sunday

11/2/2014

Hi: 45°

Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 40s. South winds around 10 mph.

Lo: 35°

Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 30s. Highs in the mid 50s.

Take care and have a safe Halloween and weekend.
Shelly

 

 

 

 


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Thursday, 30 October 2014


Morning Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day today.  It is cloudy and chilly out there this morning with the temperature of 43 degrees with the humidity of 83% and the wind chill of 43 degrees at 8:54am.  November is just around the corner and then Thanksgiving will be here.  Don't forget that Halloween is tomorrow so be careful when it is time for the kids to go out and treat!  Also make sure they dress warm as they are saying it will be wet and cold for Halloween.  What will your kids or grandkids dress up to be?

Today we have our monthly Senior Trip going to the Round Barn to see "The Diary of Anne Frank" in Nappanee.  Check out our website to see what will be coming up and soon I will have the 2015 schedule up.

We also have Annette with SHIP today as well.  If you would like to see Annette then give us a call and we will set up an appointment for you.  260-347-4226

Lets see what's going on in the news.  East Noble Schools will consider other sites for the new middle school.  The East Noble School Corporation Board of Trustees on Wednesday voted to continue looking at other properties for the proposed new East Noble Middle School.

“A number of uncertainties have emerged,” said trustee Steve Pyle after seconding trustee Barb Babcock’s motion to authorize Brian Leitch, the corporation’s business manager, to continue the search for suitable land.

 

“Good planners should be thinking about alternatives,” added Pyle.

Leitch and Babcock said the school corporation is not committed to purchasing the much-discussed approximately 60 acres of mostly farmland on the west side of S.R. 3 just south of the South Main Street intersection.

“There are contingencies that must be met,” Babcock said.

East Noble has a binding contract with contingencies to acquire about 57 acres from a group identified as In Rem for $436,875, and approximately 2.5 acres of residential land from the Bassett family for $170,000 that includes providing the family with 2.5 acres of school corporation land on Waits Road.

The contingencies are:

• Winning the voters’ support on Tuesday for the proposed school project’s financial package;

• Securing financing through the sale of bonds;

• Acquiring access to Lisbon Road and S.R. 3; and

• The real estate being properly zoned to allow the placement of a school and school facilities.

The location of a 20-inch, high-pressure gas line running along the southern border of the site entered the discussion about the proposed middle school at a public forum on Oct. 16. At the Oct. 22 board meeting, Leitch reported on the buried gas line’s history, ownership, maintenance and inspection, and described school properties, highways and businesses in the area located near gas lines.

Loren Allen, a gas company employee, spoke Wednesday night about how gas lines are inspected, and despite that accidents do happen. He asked the board to look for any way possible to avoid the pipeline issue.

Before discussion of the land, board President Dan Beall read a statement to voters and East Noble patrons that the community is voting Tuesday on funding for a new middle school and high school improvements, not the building’s location or design. The maximum amount of financing is $37.88 million, and the maximum impact on taxes is 35.4 cents per $100 of assessed valuation beginning in 2019, which is lower than the current of 47.9 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.

“Few, if any, districts in Indiana are in a position to actually reduce debt service while building anything,” Beall said.

Beall said the process began well over a year before a June 11 public hearing for the project, and the public had many opportunities along the way to provide input. But the board received very limited response.

“It’s unfortunate that some in our community are manipulating the facts to meet their own personal agendas,” he said.

During the public comment time at Wednesday’s meeting, Gary McKinley offered 77 acres of his land at the intersection of S.R. 3 and U.S. 6 as a site for a new school. “We’re willing to negotiate,” he said.

East Noble Middle School Principal Andy Deming said he was speaking as a principal and father of two young children in the East Noble School Corporation when he pointed out deficiencies in the existing school and the need for a new school at a different location.

East Noble music teacher Jim Swartzlander, an avid supporter of a new school, praised the board for its diligence, openness and integrity, and advocated for a single-story building.

Another speaker, Mike Campbell, said he supports the need for a new school but believes the school corporation should use land it already owns and could reduce the project’s financing package by $10 million. He said he will vote “no” on the referendum question.

Ron Frick, an outspoken critic of the project’s cost, the proposed site and the board, said not many schools are built along major highways and pointed out the proposed site is outside Kendallville’s city limits.

Babcock said the board has been diligent and will continue to be diligent in seeking the facts. “You’ll have to trust us,” she said.

Beall asked for East Noble constituents to vote “yes” on the ballot question about the project’s funding, and return the sitting board to office to keep the process moving efficiently.

East Noble Superintendent Ann Linson asked the public to speak up, call or email school corporation administrators about the project, adding, “Tell us what you want. Give us your feedback.”     Reported by Dennis Nartker KPC News

Today's weather is supposed to be:

10/30/2014

Hi: 50°

Mostly cloudy. Highs around 50. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph.

Lo: 40°

Cloudy. A 50 percent chance of showers after midnight. Lows around 40. West winds 5 to 10 mph.

Take care and be safe.
Shelly

 

 


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Thursday, 23 October 2014


Good Morning Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day even thought it is foggy out there.  Please make sure you have your lights on so other drivers can see you.  It was below freezing this morning as at home our trash can had a light frost on it.  There was some dew on my car windshield.  I did start up my car to let it warm up since it was below freezing.  It is still cold out with our temperature of 29 degrees with the humidity at 100% and the windchill is at 29 degrees at 8:15am.  There are School Delays and I do have them posted and if any change I will edit the post.  Make sure your kids who walk to school have on a warm jacket so they don't get cold.

Today we have Annette with SHIP.

Lets see what's going on in the news.  Trick-or-Treat on Main Street is Saturday. 

Trick-or-treat on Main Street, sponsored by the Kendallville Main Street Business Association, is Saturday at 10 a.m. starting at Hayden’s ATA, 111 W. Rush St., across from City Hall.

A Halloween costume contest for all ages is at 10:45 a.m. at Hayden’s ATA.    Reported by KPC News

 

Also the Strand Theatre to off free movie.  The Strand Theatre will offer free screenings of the classic comedy “Ghostbusters” Saturday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to thank the community for supporting “Save the Strand Theatre: Keep the Lights On.”

The fundraising campaign committee members will be in the lobby serving hot chocolate and popcorn. A poster will be displayed, commemorating the campaign’s success.   Reported by KPC News

 

Today and the rest of week and also the weekend weather is supposed to be:

 

 

10/23/2014

Hi: 55°

Mostly sunny. Areas of fog in the morning. Highs in the mid 50s. Southwest winds around 5 mph.

Lo: 45°

Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Not as cool. Lows in the mid 40s. Southwest winds around 5 mph.

Friday

10/24/2014

Hi: 62°

Partly cloudy. Highs in the lower 60s. West winds 5 to 10 mph.

Lo: 48°

Mostly clear through midnight then becoming partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 40s. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph.

Saturday

10/25/2014

Hi: 65°

Partly cloudy in the morning then clearing. Highs in the mid 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.

Lo: 42°

Clear. Lows in the lower 40s. Highs in the upper 50s.

Sunday

10/26/2014

Hi: 58°

Clear. Lows in the lower 40s. Highs in the upper 50s.

Lo: 42°

Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 40s.

Take care and be safe.  Have a great weekend as well.

Shelly

 

 

 

 

 

 


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DELAYS

DELAYS
 
 
NOBLE COUNTY
 
East Noble Community Schools: 2-Hour Delay
St. John's School-Kendallville: 2-Hour Delay
St. Mary's School-Avilla: 2-Hour
 
 
STEUBEN COUNTY
 
Fremont Community Schools: 2-Hour Delay
Fremont Community Schools-Fremont Head Start: 2-Hour Delay
Hamilton Community Schools: 2-Hour Delay
Heaven Sent Preschool: 1-Hour Delay
MSD Steuben County: 2-Hour Delay
NE Ind. Special Ed Coop-Steuben Co.: 2-Hour Delay
Prairie Heights Schools: 2-Hour Delay
Fremont Community Schools-Angola Head Start: 2-Hour Delay
 
 
LAGRANGE COUNTY
 
NE Ind. Special Ed Coop-LaGrange Co.: 2-Hour Delay
Fremont Community Schools-LaGrange Head Start: 2-Hour Delay
 
 
DEKALB COUNTY
 
 DeKalb Central Schools: 2-Hour Delay
Garrett Keyser Butler Schools: 2-Hour Delay
Lakewood Park Christian School: 2-Hour Delay
NE Ind. Special Ed Coop-DeKalb Co.: 2-Hour Delay


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Updated: Thursday, 23 October 2014 6:25 AM EDT

Wednesday, 22 October 2014


Good Morning Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day.  They it is supposed to be sunny today.  It is cool out there this morning with our temperature of 37 degrees with the windchill of 33 degrees and the humidity of 94% at 7:36am.  There are no school delays for this morning.  So have a bright sunny day and enjoy.

Lets see what's going on in the news.  Solar eclipse is Thursday.  Earlier this month, on Oct. 8, people ran outside before sunrise to see the umber veil the sun placed on the moon during the lunar eclipse.

Thursday, things will be the other way around. A partial solar eclipse is expected to begin around 5:45 p.m. and be at its maximum coverage around 6:45 p.m. The moon’s shadow will pass over the top of the sun, obscuring the upper portion of the golden globe.

 

The sun will set Thursday at 6:50 p.m. so the best viewing will be in the western sky as daylight dwindles.

The eclipse will be visible in most of the United States.

“The farther north you are, the deeper the eclipse you’ll see; the farther west, the higher the sun and moon will be in the sky,” says Sky & Telescope magazine.

It takes about two hours for the moon’s shadow to completely pass across the sun.

Unlike viewing a lunar eclipse, those wishing to gaze upon a solar eclipse must protect their eyes using solar filters or specialty glasses, such as those worn by welders. Sunglasses are not safe for solar viewing.

Pinhole projectors can also be created using a box or just a couple of pieces of white paper. Details on how to make them are at timeanddate.com.

The next solar eclipse visible in northeastern Indiana will be Aug. 21, 2017.

Pinhole projector

One of the easiest and safest ways to view the sun is to project its image on a screen using a pinhole camera or a pinhole projector.

A basic pinhole projector includes:

• Two sheets of plain white paper or white cardboard

• A thumbtack or a sharp pin

Make a very small hole in the middle of a paper. Hold this piece of paper in front of the sun.

The second sheet of paper will act as a screen. With your back to the sun, hold it at a distance so that an inverted image of the sun is projected on it through the pinhole. To make the image of the sun larger, move the screen away from the pinholed sheet.   Reported by Amy Oberlin KPC News

Today's weather is supposed to be:

10/22/2014

Hi: 55°

Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s. North winds 5 to 10 mph.

Lo: 35°

Clear. Lows in the mid 30s. Northeast winds around 5 mph.

Take care and be safe.
Shelly

 

 


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Tuesday, 21 October 2014


Good Morning Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day.  There was some mist when I came into work this morning around 5:30am.  Our temperature is at 45 degrees with the humidity of 93% and the windchill of 42 degrees at 8:35am.  There is some wind out there and the leaves are flying all around.  Be careful with the piles of leaves that are on the curbside and out on the road as there could be some tree limbs that are underneath the leaves.

Lets see what's going on in the news.  East Noble board to discuss school site.  The site for the proposed new East Noble Middle School will be the topic of a special East Noble School Corporation Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday night.

East Noble Superintendent Ann Linson said the board will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the central office building, 126 E. Rush St., to discuss concerns raised over a high-pressure natural gas pipeline buried along the southern border of the site on the west side of S.R. 3, just south of the South Main Street intersection.

 

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The proposed school site is in two parcels, with about 2.5 acres zoned residential and approximately 57 acres in farmland.

At last Thursday night’s public forum on the project and its Nov. 4 referendum, many in attendance at the Kendallville Public Library learned there is a 20-inch gas line extending east to west along the southern border of the proposed middle school site.

That information had some people questioning the safety of building a school in close proximity to the gas line.

Linson and school board members at the forum said they would investigate the issue.

The school corporation has a binding contract to purchase the farmland from IN REM, a group of land owners, for $436,857, according to East Noble Business Manager Brian Leitch. East Noble has also negotiated a separate deal to purchase the 2.49 acres for $170,000 and provide the owners with a 2.5-acre plot the school corporation owns on Waits Road near the Sherman Street intersection.

The land purchases are contingent on:

• The school corporation winning the Nov. 4 referendum;

• Securing the project’s financing through the sale of bonds;

• Acquiring access to Lisbon Road and S.R. 3; and

• The real estate being properly zoned to allow placement of a school and school facilities.

The referendum question on the Nov. 4 ballot is: “Shall East Noble School Corporation issue bonds or enter into a lease to finance the construction of a new East Noble Middle School and mechanical and roof improvements to East Noble High School, which is estimated to cost not more than $37,880,000 and is estimated to increase the property tax rate for debt service by a maximum of $0.3547 per $100 of assessed valuation over the 20 year life of the bonds?”

The proposed middle school site is the only business item on the meeting agenda that was announced Friday.    Reported by Dennis Nartker KPC News

Today's weather is supposed to be:

10/21/2014

Hi: 52°

Mostly cloudy. Highs in the lower 50s. North winds 10 to 15 mph.

Lo: 35°

Partly cloudy through midnight then clearing. Lows in the mid 30s. North winds 5 to 10 mph.

Take care and be safe.
Shelly

 

 


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Monday, 20 October 2014


One of our NTS Riders June Phillips of Kendallville has passed away on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at the young age of 90 years.  She was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on July 19, 1924 to Albert Phillips and Dorcas Luella (Becker) Phillips.

June graduated from Kendallville High School  in 1944.

Over the years she was employed by the Kendall Hotel, Trenton Garment Factory,  the Central Drug Store on Main Street in Kendallville and Essex Wire in Ligonier.  She also drove taxi for H&L Taxi service in Kendallville for 4 years.  Many will remember her from working at the Cole Center Family YMCA for 25 years.

June was a member of the Trinity Church United Methodist in Kendallville.  She was also a member of the Kendallville Eagles and was a life member of the Kendallville VFW Ladies Auxillary .  Loved to travel on S&S Bus Tours especially to Firekeeper’s Casino in Michigan.

Survivors include:
Sister-in-law; Lou Phillips of Kalkaska, Michigan.
Many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers; Max Phillips and Kenneth Phillips.

Visitation will be Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 12:00 Noon to 2:00 PM at Hite Funeral Home, 403 South Main Street in Kendallville.

Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Hite Funeral Home in Kendallville.

Burial will be at Fairfield Center Cemetery in Corunna, Indiana.

Preferred memorials may be made to Cole Center Family YMCA.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to June's family and friends.  May our candle burn brightly forever.....

REST IN PEACE JUNE

To send a condolence go to www.hitefuneralhome.com


 

 


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Good Morning Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day today.  It is cool out and when I got to work it started to rain but then it stopped.  They were some big drops of rain too.  Our temperature is 47 degrees with our windchill of 43 degrees and a 40% chance for rain today.  Did you have a good weekend?  I know it was damp and chilly on Saturday, so we didn't get to put up our Halloween for outside but we did work on a bit on the inside of our house.  Also our youngest grandson was sick to we didn't want to put anything outside up if he was sick.  So they played on our game system and just wore themselves out or wore us out not sure which.  What did you do for the weekend?

Today we have Hickory Creek coming in around noon to call the numbers for our Bingo players.  Come on in and have some fun!!

Lets see what's going on in the news.  Agency names Newton Associate Emergency Manager.  Noble County Emergency Management Agency Director Michael Newton recently earned recognition from the International Association of Emergency Managers by being designated Associate Emergency Manager.

The designation the second highest honor of professional achievement available from the association, which has in its membership more than 9,000 emergency managers representing professionals working to save lives and protect property and the environment during emergencies and disasters.

 

Newton qualified by submitting a credentials package giving personal and professional background achievements and successfully completing a management essay and a written examination.

In order to maintain certification, he must continue a program of professional development over successive five-year periods in the future.

The designation presently is held by 168 men and women in the emergency management profession.   Reported by KPC News

Today's weather is supposed to be:

10/20/2014

Hi: 58°

Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming mostly cloudy. A 40 percent chance of showers. Highs in the upper 50s. West winds 10 to 15 mph.

Lo: 42°

Mostly cloudy. Not as cool. Lows in the lower 40s. Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph.

Take care and be safe.
Shelly

 

 

 


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Friday, 17 October 2014

NTS RIDER PASSES AWAY

One of our NTS Riders Walter Max Franklin, Sr. of Kendallville has passed away on Sunday, Ocotober 12, 2014 at the young age of 87 years.  He was born October 20, 1926, in Wolcottville to Cecil and Mabel Franklin. He lived in Rome City from 1931 to 1974, then moving his family to Kendallville in 1974.

He graduated from Rome City High School in 1945. He was a World War II U.S. Army veteran and a U.S. Air Force and Korean War veteran. He was honored to attend the honor flight in May to Washington, D.C.

He married Cecelia A. Harbin in Brimfield on March 23, 1956. They were married 42 years until her passing in 1998.

He worked at McCray Refrigeration for 25 years. He often spoke of the number of friends he met while working at all four of the Kendallville foundries over the span of 24 years.

He is survived by two daughters, Jacalyn S. (Steve) Powell of Kendallville and Cathy A. (Charles) Allen of Naperville, Illinois; a son, Max (Linda) Franklin, Jr. of Kendallville; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his mother, father, two sisters, a brother, his wife, and a son, Michael D. Franklin.

Mr. Franklin was a member of the Kendallville American Legion Post 86, Wounded Warriors, and the Disabled American Veterans of America.

He was an avid Notre Dame football supporter, San Francisco Giants baseball fan, and enjoyed listening to Bluegrass music on WAWK. He loved taking walks around Bixler Lake with his friend, Evalyn McDonald. Attending the annual Kendallville Bluegrass Festival with his two favorite nephews, Wally Stevens and Ronald Stout was another great past time for him. His compassion was meeting and talking to people, nobody was a stranger to him.

Preferred memorials are to the Parkview Noble Hospice, 1836 Ida Red Road, Kendallville, Indiana, 46755.

There will be no calling or services. Burial will be at the Orange Cemetery in Rome City.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Walter's family and friends.  May our candle burn brightly forever.......

REST IN PEACE WALTER

To send a condolence go to www.youngfamilyfuneralhome.com


 

 


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Good Morning Ya'll,

I hope you have a good day and have a wonderful weekend as well!  It was cool this morning with our temperature of 51 degrees and the humidity of 93% along with the windchill of 49 degrees at 8:56am.  Do you have any plans for the weekend?  We are going to be putting up our Halloween decorations tomorrow as we will have our grandsons over for the day.

Today we have our Euchre players coming in around noonish to 1'ish to have their card game.

Lets see what's going on in the news.  Three CASA's honored for ongoing service.  While three people were presented with awards for their years of service as court-appointed special advocates Thursday in Kendallville, many others were honored.

Volunteers, judges and staff were recognized at the Northeastern Indiana CASA Inc. Volunteer Appreciation Banquet Thursday at the Kendallville Event Center. About 80 people took part in the meal and celebration.

 

“Last year, our volunteers donated nearly 10,000 hours and served 337 children,” Northeastern Indiana CASA Executive Director Kristi Bachman said. “Tonight is our night to say, ‘Thank you.’”

Three court-appointed special advocates were honored Thursday for years of service to children. Phil Tripi of Wolcottville was recognized for five years of service, and Glenn Cox of Howe and Winnie Rogers of Wolcottville for 10 years each.

Featured speaker retired Noble County Judge Robert Probst explained some of the history of the group, which now serves Noble, LaGrange, Steuben, DeKalb and Whitley counties.

When the program was created in 1986, it only included Noble, LaGrange and Steuben counties, Probst said. DeKalb and Whitley counties joined in 1989.

Originally the program was administered by Foster Services of DeKalb County, even though DeKalb wasn’t part of it yet then, Probst said. The counties’ courts took it over in May 1988. It was restructured to have an all-volunteer board in 2006, he said.

“We consider you to be an integral part of the judicial system in our five counties,” Probst said. “You are to represent the best interests of children. You are considered officers of the court.”

Bachman told the story of a young man who was a ward of the state from birth to age 19. He didn’t get his court-appointed special advocate until age 14, but that CASA was the first person to encourage him to think beyond a GED to college. He got his degree and now has a successful career in the U.S. Navy, she said.

It’s because court-appointed special advocates care and have to speak up for what’s in the best interests of the children that their work matters, Bachman said, adding, “Don’t give up. These kids need you to be their voice and their advocate.”    Reported by Bob Braley KPC News

Today and the weekend's weather is supposed to be:

10/17/2014

Hi: 65°

Mostly sunny in the morning...then mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers in the afternoon. Highs in the mid 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.

Lo: 45°

Cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers. Lows in the mid 40s. Northwest winds 15 to 20 mph.

Saturday

10/18/2014

Hi: 50°

Cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers. Cooler. Highs around 50. Northwest winds 15 to 20 mph.

Lo: 32°

Partly cloudy through midnight then becoming mostly clear. Areas of frost after midnight. Colder. Lows in the lower 30s. Northwest winds 5 to 15 mph decreasing to up to 5 mph after midnight.

Sunday

10/19/2014

Hi: 52°

Mostly sunny in the morning then becoming partly cloudy. Highs in the lower 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph.

Lo: 42°

Mostly cloudy. A 30 percent chance of showers after midnight. Lows in the lower 40s.

 
Take care and be safe.
Shelly

 

 


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