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Friday, August 1, 2008

I'm Back To Send You Away

After 8 days away, I planned my family vacation to North Carolina's Outerbanks around traffic and stories. I missed some big storms here, but was able to test the blogging skills of my new iPhone. Glad some of you checked in to see how it went... the posts and still lingering below...

Leaving on a Wednesday afternoon, and returning on the following Thursday did let us skip a lot of the other vacationers. It also allowed me to get back to tell the story of our latest 1 Tank Trip on ABC2's good Morning Maryland. Last week's story was on the Eastern Shore in Chestertown. Today's story took place in Cecil County's North East and Elk Neck State Park. Here you can see the camera from our WeatherNet. Glick on the image for the local weather conditions.
I have to say, this was a neat treat. I have heard all sorts of stories, good and bad, about this area. Honestly, I don't understand how you can the bad. The people were great, and the park itself will surprise you. Who would have through that you can find hills like this right along the bay, along with an historic light house. Very cool. Check back on later today to see the video.

As for our weather.... The heat is back this afternoon! As the sun returns, we jump back into the 90s. This will be the first time in a week and a half, as it is turning out to be a rather tame summer. We only hit 90F 10 times in July. It doesn't take much in early August to do that, and we should get there today.

A nice Canadian Air Mass is heading our way, but the transition day on Saturday will bring us showers and storms. I would suggest lloking to the Great Lakes tonight. Some of their storms could hold together and reach us between midnight and daybreak. That would make Saturday the type of day that starts with clouds/showers- but some breaks of sun will help more storms to build in the afternoon. It will be worth it though, as Sunday will be sunny and much less humid. Good Stuff!!!!

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