Monday, January 23, 2012

Monday afternoon for Tuesday.


Carolyn A. Heath Thompson

1957 - 2012


Monday Mud!

A year ago Main Street looked like this!

But today, the temperature at 5:3o Monday afternoon is 45 degrees.

A field next to Route 20 near Madison.

Snowmobile trail next to Osborn Avenue.

Main Street.

The YNN weather forecast for Tuesday as of Monday afternoon: "As low pressure tracks to the north and east, our weather pattern will remain a bit unsettled through the overnight with scattered rain and snow showers. It will be cold and breezy with lows in the mid 30s. Tuesday, a westerly flow will kick up scattered flurries and snow showers, especially east of Lake Ontario. Temperatures won’t be as mild with highs in the upper 30s. Wednesday is shaping up to be a day of improvement as flurries and snow showers taper. Temperatures are expected to remain on the chilly side with highs in the low to mid 30s.

Thursday, we’ll be under the influence of a warm front which will allow temperatures to climb into the low 40s. However, sun will give way to increasing clouds with rain/snow showers developing from south to north later in the day. The way things are looking right now, temperatures will continue to run above average through the end of the week and into the first half of the weekend with highs in the upper 30s."



Hamilton Indoor Farmers Market at Parry's Store, 100 Utica Street
Saturday, January 28th, 8am-1pm
Featuring 20+ vendors with local produce, meat, baked goods, honey, maple products & crafts.
Please call 315-824-0002 with any questions.

The Waterville Methodist Women are sponsoring a bus trip to:
Sight & Sound Millennium Theater in Lancaster, Pa.
Friday and Saturday, July 20th and 21st, 2012

The performance will be " JONAH "

"Unlike any show you've ever seen, this energetic adventure will have you on the edge of your seat from the time you step into the theatre. A new, completely immersive experience, Jonah promises to move you to laughter and tears. From the enormous whale swimming over your head to the thunderous effects of the powerful storm, and a mighty 30-foot-tall ship that breaks apart right before your eyes, the story of Jonah will astound and captivate the young and young-at-heart alike. Playing for one fantastic season only!"

The trip is an overnight stay and will include hotel, Good 'n Plenty Restaurant, Amish farmlands tour and, of course, shopping. If interested contact Helen Olmstead - 841-8544


Have a good evening and a good day tomorrow!