I love Humphrey's copper fountains. As a retired goldsmith his work shows grace and finesse - no-one does it better. The copper changes colour as it weathers to verdigris. And the water tinkles as it drips down from leaf to leaf and then into the pool below.

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I spent the night out with my dad enjoying the crazy thunder storm we had last night (the thunder was so loud I literally ducked in cover once or twice) and enjoyed the Lightning show that went on as well. Today is a bit stormy as well so as such it seemed appropriate to give this another look as its my favorite kind of weather.

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We all experience rain & thunderstorms in our lives. I know the bigger the storm, the brighter the sun shines... God only knows how much we appreciate the sunshine today!

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Hi all, The weather at the moment is pretty rubbish for the end of May, so I stayed inside today and spent a little time crafting. I've ...

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It's DAY TWO of "Jillee's Favorite Things Giveaway Week" and today we're showing you handy tips for surviving winter driving! PLUS, we're giving away another one of my favorite things.....a $200 Amazon Gift Card!

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NBC "TODAYS Top Spot" on the Medieval Fair of Norman Every weekend NBC Today Show Weather Anchor shouts out a local event at the end of the forecast and encourages viewers in the area to attend. This week, They pick the Medieval Fair of Norman. (I shot the video and FTP it to NBC in New York. NOT KFOR :) )

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The "Today Show" weather anchor starts his day long before you do, with kombucha, a smoothie, and not a drop of caffeine

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It's 73 degrees in the Mid-Atlantic today. Tomorrow it will snow.Computer model projection showing the misery index as wind-driven snow hit the Northeast U.S. on Feb. 9 2016. By Andrew Freedman2017-02-08 18:03:17 UTC If you live in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast get ready for an acute case of weather whiplash. On Wednesday in Washington D.C. a 117-year-old temperature record was broken as temperatures surged past 70 degrees which is nearly unheard of for early February. This came on the…

This is a great resource for students of all ages, but specifically targets younger students or students with disabilities who have difficulty knowing how to dress appropriately for the weather and temperature. This printable poster shows a thermometer from temperatures 0 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit with corresponding colors and clothing visuals that make it easy to understand.

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