Merry Christmas!; Pope Celebrates Different Kind Of Season; Snow Flurries Dust Houston, Parts Of East & South Texas; Images Of Snow Where The West Begins; Snow Emergency Tickets Issued Prematurely; Alignment Not Seen For 100 Years
Merry Christmas: Mike Wendland, aka. PC Mike, posts a brief history of Christmas. I wish everyone out there a Merry Christmas! Father John Gremmels, a priest at my church, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, says what he wants to say, and at Friday evening’s Mass, he said he hoped Mel Gibson’s “Passion Of The Christ” DVD was in everyone’s stockings because it didn’t sugarcoat what happened to that baby in the manger. Some actually applauded at the end of his homily when he closed with: “You should live your life in a way so that your priest doesn’t have to lie at your funeral.”
Different Kind Of Season: Pope Celebrates Season Of Hope
Miracle Snow: Snow Flurries Dust Houston, Parts Of East & South Texas: Forecasters said as much as an inch could fall in some locations before it’s over. Snow has already fallen in the Rio Grande Valley, making it the first time since 1895. Resources: Weather/Webcam Images For Houston | Corpus Christi | Brownsville
Images Of Snow Where The West Begins:
As you may have heard, or experienced, parts of North Texas were blanketed with snow earlier this week. Here at WXnation’s headquarters in far north Fort Worth, 2 inches of snow fell Wednesday, and I snapped the pictures below — the two on the left were taken Wednesday and the other two taken Thursday. Click on the images for much larger versions
Alignment Not Seen For 100 Years: Mercury, Mars, Venus in Rare Alignment: Three planets will align over the weekend, giving Iowans a glimpse at something they haven’t seen for at least 100 years, astronomy experts said.
Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Friday: 1. Houston 2. Corpus Christi 3. Buffalo 4. Indianapolis 5. Little Rock … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.