What kid doesn't dream of a snow day? It's the ultimate wish as soon as they hear there's snow in the forecast. My daughter asked me this morning if school was cancelled, only to be disappointed to find out all the snow was on the East Coast. But did you know it's not just the kids who look forward to them?
While Bostonians are attacked from all sides by a big snowstorm today, officials at The Iowa Environmental Mesonet inside the Iowa State's Science & Technology department have some weather news for us: We may not see many more snow events this season, but the ones that do come could be more intense.
I hope you're planning on staying in town this weekend. There are just too many things going on that you won't want to miss. Seriously, have you checked our events calendar yet? And while we'll be at many of them, we are definitely looking forward to the Annual Fire and Ice Festival.
I love made-up weather terminology. "Polar Vortex" is now joined by "Bomb Cyclone." This one is a disturbance in the Arctic which has much of the U.S. bracing for a cold week. While we will escape the 12" + snowfall of Minnesota, Wisconsin and the U
As much as you might try to avoid it, it's almost inevitable you might have to drive as the kids are out trick or treating. Whether it's coming home from work a bit late, a quick run to get more candy, or carting the kids around from neighborhood to neighborhood, there's some overlooked habits you might want to check yourself on.
Pets and Halloween don't always mix well. Sure, they look totally adorable in those costumes, but should you take them trick or treating? And how will they handle those strange, and creepy, costumes coming to the door? You might want to review these tips courtesy of Cedar Rapids Animal Care and Control to keep them safe.
While Halloween is one of the most fun nights of the year for kids, it's somewhat terrifying for adults, and we're not just talking traditional frights. Sending your kid out on a night where everyone is outside, and cars are everywhere, it's enough to turn any parent's hair grey instantly. So here's a couple of ideas to keep in mind to make sure all kids stay safe, courtesy of Office Stokesberry, co-coordinator of the Linn County Safe Kids Coalition.
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