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Winter mode; mobile data page
I turned the furnace on at the house for a few minutes this morning for the first time this season, as well as having to scrape a layer of frost off the truck before I went in to the office. That sufficiently meets my annual criteria for the start of 'winter life mode'.
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This is in spite of the fact that I've already seen snow nearly 3 weeks ago, which I'm not really counting here - as it was an isolated event in the mountains, not impacting Charleston with even much in the way of cold temps before and afterward. And although the arrival of my 'unofficial winter' has come and gone, we are now heading into an extended warm period with no solid cold/snow in the forecast for at least a week. So, I still have some time to find my gloves and hat that I'd already packed away in a moving box back in August.
Mobile data page
LINK: Weather Data: Mobile Version
This morning, I finished creating a mobile version of my main weather data page (you can access the mobile page here). Most of the links are the same as on the original page, with the exception of:
These links, as with the original page, are the ones I use on a daily basis for local and regional forecasting/monitoring/tracking - so if you live in West Virginia or a surrounding state, this new page may be of some use to you if you have a web-enabled phone. I will likely be adding more links to this page as I find more mobile-friendly useful content.
- Abbreviating/consolidating links to create a smaller 'package' and avoid wraparounds on smaller screens.