Bill was on the Radio and at Park Party

July 9th, 2014 at 12:25 pm by under Bill's Blog, Weather

whtc  maranda I was the guest host on WHTC-AM Thursday morning filling in for the vacationing Juke Van Oss (who actually started on the radio before I was born!!)  It’s 1450 on the AM dial – or you can listen live from anyone here.  We took listener calls and it was fun.  We’ll had a couple guests during the two-hour period.  After that, I headed to Maranda’s Park Party at Kollen Park.  LOTS of free food, free games and rides, free entertainment and LOTS of free giveaways.  We have 3 more park parties coming up this month the next 3 Thursdays

Here’s the details on the 2nd confirmed tornado in Ionia Co. Sunday night – an EF0 with 75 mph winds, one mile path, 50 yards wide.  Baseball sized hail reported near Wellfleet, NE…Wind gusts up to 85 mph reported near Norman, NE…Smithfield NY tornado (4 fatalities) rated EF2.   GEFS model showing significant cool shot for the middle of the country during the middle of next week…Ebino, a mountainous area in southwestern Japan, has picked up 10.37″ in the last 27 hours from Tropical Storm Neoguri.

16 Responses to “Bill was on the Radio and at Park Party”

  1. Jack says:

    Picture of Juke Van Oss Here :: I’ll Give Ya Call Bill, Maybe if I’m awake at That Time…LOL…Stay CUEDDDD. ;-)

  2. Barb says:

    Have fun, Bill, on your radio stint!
    It got to 70 here in the Cheboygan area–very pleasant.

  3. Jack says:

    Hey BILL, Here are The Lyrics to A SONG, about a DISC JOCKEY with are Heart and Taste for Music , Just Like Your’s Truly Here ( Jack EDWARDS) …. Send “REX BOB LOWENSTEIN” Ringtone to Your Cell
    Rex Bob Lowenstein Lyrics by Mark Germino

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    Send “REX BOB LOWENSTEIN” Ringtone to Your Cell
    Mark Germino Rex Bob Lowenstein Lyrics

  4. Jack says:

    WHOOPS,”" Just CUE and ENJOY ::::: Mark Germino Rex Bob Lowenstein 1 – YouTube
    ► 5:02► 5:02 ENJOY…. & Stay CUEDDD….. ;-)

  5. Jack says:

    On July 10 in Southwest Lower Michigan…

    Record cold temperatures occur on the second consecutive day at Lansing. The low of 39 degrees follows a low of 42 degrees on July 9th.
    A ten day heat wave, one of the most intense on record, peaked with highs near 100 degrees across the region. At Lansing, it was the third straight day with highs of 100 degrees, unprecedented in the record books.
    Cool weather prevails with Muskegon setting a record low temperature of 44 degrees. Stay CUEDDD…………………..

  6. Jack says:

    JUST a SONG for ” TALK” Radio…….. CUE : The Music Machine – Talk Talk – YouTube ;-) . Stay CUEDD on This THERAPUTIC Thursday………. ;-)

  7. Rocky (Rockford) says:

    Great day for a party! Too bad it is not a ROCK n ROLL party! INCREDIBLE weather! I love it!

  8. DF (EGR) says:

    Two tornados and no watch… Whoops.

    The relative cool weather will feel great. Let’s hope it happens.

  9. Jack says:

    PHOTO of The Day Aurora Borealis PAGE ::: BEAUTIFUL!!! Stay CUEDD….

  10. Jack says:

    ” PARTY”"”"”"”"” CUE::: Lee Brice – Parking Lot Party – Live on the Lot – YouTube
    Have FUN, Be Safe…& Stay CUEDDDD…..

  11. Jack says:

    STAY CUEDD, For COMING ATTRACTIONS HERE::::: The δ–Aquarid meteor shower will reach its maximum rate of activity.
    Some shooting stars will be visible each night from 15 Jul to 20 Aug, but the best show will be expected on or around 29 July 2014.
    The maximum number of meteors expected to be visible from a dark location is around 20 per hour (ZHR). The Moon will be 3 days old at the time of peak activity, and so will present minimal interference.
    The radiant of the δ–Aquarid meteor shower is at around right ascension 22h20m, declination -17°. At midnight, it appears 10° above your south-eastern horizon from Grand Rapids (click to change). All of the meteors will appear to be travelling directly outward from this point, which is shown by a green cross on the planetarium view to the right.
    The best place to look to see as many meteors as possible is not at the radiant itself, but at any dark patch of sky which is around 90° away from it, since it is at a distance of around 90° from the radiant that meteors will typically appear at their brightest. Keep Looking UP !!!

    1. Tim (Spring Lake) says:

      Feeling lonely yet Jack? lol Feels like you have the blog to yourself today. I think this is the least amount of comments I have seen on one of Bill’s blogs that has been up for over 12 hours!!!

      1. Brian(Grandville) says:

        I guess no one wants to talk about boring, yet beautiful weather.

        1. Jack says:

          How bout Dem….TIGERS !! DDDDDD..,,,”

      2. Jack says:

        Naw,,, I’m Never ALONE, The Good Lord is Always With ME !! Stay CUEDD,,,,,, Jesus is Coming Back SOON!!

        1. Jordan (Twin Lake) says:

          I hope not, Jacko. I’d like to live another 60 or so years ;-)

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