1. End Days Promo

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    It’s the end of the world! Maybe. At least some members of the Stein family think so, and in this time of existential need each member turns to his own spiritual counselor. But with Jesus, Rabbi Baumbach, and Stephen Hawking amidst, might the Steins also find comfort in one other? Sit back, relax, and enjoy this comedic romp through Armageddon. For tickets, visit: www.windycityplayhouse.com/end-days Or call: 773.891.8985

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    • Strong, Gusty Winds Batter San Jose, CA From A Passing Winter Storm System (2-6-2015)

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      from William Justo54 Added 21 1 0

      So windy out this day! It was that time again when California would get battered with back to back storms that contain high winds and heavy rains! Indeed, it was another atmospheric river event, aka Pineapple Express! This video shows the 1st of 3 storm systems that had came in during this AR event. This video in particularly, shows the gusty winds side of this storm system. We need the rain here so it was good news, despite the hidden hazards... but not the wind! There were storm damages and power outages due to the combined forces of the winds and rains... ***1st half of the AR event*** California was in for a good soaking, despite a super dry January! An atmospheric river, or Pineapple Express, was taking aim for Northern California with unsettled weather to impact our region Thursday through Monday...finally! Despite a high pressure ridge present for the past few days, rain was to make a big comeback by the end of this week.. A huge low pressure area in the Gulf of Alaska was forming frontal systems and were sending them along the jet stream towards the West Coast. 1st Half Of AR Forecast In Detail: Rain was to return to the SF Bay Area starting February 5 (Thursday) and was to continue thru the weekend and even lasting into at least Monday of the following week. Gusty winds were forecast for Friday... Rain was to start over the North Bay before slowly advancing southward by Friday. Rain was to diminish by midday Saturday...however, a second system was to bring more rain for Sunday into Monday morning. Rain was locally heavy at times especially for coastal ranges and the North Bay with potentially 3 to 6 inches by Monday with isolated spots in the North Bay mountains in excess of 9 inches. Urban locations around the SF Bay and into the far East Bay can expect between 1.5 and 3 inches. For our area here in the Santa Clara Valley, we generally may pick up an inch or two, at least according to the forecast. Some flooding was also possible for the region for Friday afternoon through Friday night... Speaking of the AR, additional rainfall was expected for Sunday into Monday morning as another system moves in. Rain wasn't the only concern. In addition, southerly winds were to increase on Friday. The strongest winds were expected near the coast and higher elevation spots such as coastal ranges. Local gusts could exceed 50 mph. This would almost mimic the crazy rains we had back in December 2014. Anyone in the SF Bay Area region were urged to pay close attention to the latest forecasts through the weekend for this developing stormy weather... Things had quieted down a bit by Saturday (Feb 7) as the region was to be in between storms... Another, possibly stronger storm, was forecast to hit by Sunday (Feb 8)............. ***2nd half of AR event*** A Pineapple Express (atmospheric river) was to deliver another round of rain to parts of the West Coast heading into a new week. This was following up a first wave of moisture that surged across the region late in the week (which started Feb 5) that had led to flooding and power outages... 2nd Half Of AR Forecast In Detail: This second wave of moisture was to impact the area by Sunday into Monday (Feb 8-9) and was expected to be just as strong or even stronger than the first that impacted us on Friday (Feb 6)! The combination of rain that fell from Friday into Saturday and this 2nd strong storm that was to fall on Sunday into Monday had heightened risks of mudslides and debris flows... More powerful winds can blow over weakened trees and cause localized power outages. Despite the dangers, the rain was beneficial to the extreme drought gripping California. On Saturday, (Feb 7), the region was to be in between storms. A weak system was spinning just off the coast and had brought partly cloudy skies to the state this day with occasional rain showers with t-storm chances. The 2nd strong storm of this atmospheric river event: At the same time, a stronger low pressure area was developing further out in the Pacific. This system had intensified as it moved northeastward towards California. Moderate to heavy rain had spread across NorCal Sunday and had continued into Monday. This system also had brought strong winds like what we saw from the 1st strong system that that swept thru on Friday (Feb 6) to all of NorCal. The rain had decreased by Monday and had ended by Tuesday. High pressure then returned along the west coast... Overall accumulated rainfall from this atmospheric river event for our area here in San Jose, CA: A good 2.05 inches (rough estimate). That is still below the average rainfall for this month of February but still better than nothing! (This Atmospheric River Event Had Lasted From February 5-9, 2015)

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      • Atmospheric River Brings 1st Rain To California Of 2015 (2-6-2015)

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        from William Justo54 Added 13 1 0

        It was that time again when California would get battered with winds and rain from another atmospheric river event, aka Pineapple Express! We need the rain here so it was good news, despite the hidden hazards... ***1st half of the AR event*** California was in for a good soaking, despite a super dry January! An atmospheric river, or Pineapple Express, was taking aim for Northern California with unsettled weather to impact our region Thursday through Monday...finally! Despite a high pressure ridge present for the past few days, rain was to make a big comeback by the end of this week.. A huge low pressure area in the Gulf of Alaska was forming frontal systems and were sending them along the jet stream towards the West Coast. 1st Half Of AR Forecast In Detail: Rain was to return to the SF Bay Area starting February 5 (Thursday) and was to continue thru the weekend and even lasting into at least Monday of the following week. Gusty winds were forecast for Friday... Rain was to start over the North Bay before slowly advancing southward by Friday. Rain was to diminish by midday Saturday...however, a second system was to bring more rain for Sunday into Monday morning. Rain was locally heavy at times especially for coastal ranges and the North Bay with potentially 3 to 6 inches by Monday with isolated spots in the North Bay mountains in excess of 9 inches. Urban locations around the SF Bay and into the far East Bay can expect between 1.5 and 3 inches. For our area here in the Santa Clara Valley, we generally may pick up an inch or two, at least according to the forecast. Some flooding was also possible for the region for Friday afternoon through Friday night... Speaking of the AR, additional rainfall was expected for Sunday into Monday morning as another system moves in. Rain wasn't the only concern. In addition, southerly winds were to increase on Friday. The strongest winds were expected near the coast and higher elevation spots such as coastal ranges. Local gusts could exceed 50 mph. This would almost mimic the crazy rains we had back in December 2014. Anyone in the SF Bay Area region were urged to pay close attention to the latest forecasts through the weekend for this developing stormy weather... Things had quieted down a bit by Saturday (Feb 7) as the region was to be in between storms... Another, possibly stronger storm, was forecast to hit by Sunday (Feb 8)............. ***2nd half of AR event*** A Pineapple Express (atmospheric river) was to deliver another round of rain to parts of the West Coast heading into a new week. This was following up a first wave of moisture that surged across the region late in the week (which started Feb 5) that had led to flooding and power outages... 2nd Half Of AR Forecast In Detail: This second wave of moisture was to impact the area by Sunday into Monday (Feb 8-9) and was expected to be just as strong or even stronger than the first that impacted us on Friday (Feb 6)! The combination of rain that fell from Friday into Saturday and this 2nd strong storm that was to fall on Sunday into Monday had heightened risks of mudslides and debris flows... More powerful winds can blow over weakened trees and cause localized power outages. Despite the dangers, the rain was beneficial to the extreme drought gripping California. On Saturday, (Feb 7), the region was to be in between storms. A weak system was spinning just off the coast and had brought partly cloudy skies to the state this day with occasional rain showers with t-storm chances. The 2nd strong storm of this atmospheric river event: At the same time, a stronger low pressure area was developing further out in the Pacific. This system had intensified as it moved northeastward towards California. Moderate to heavy rain had spread across NorCal Sunday and had continued into Monday. This system also had brought strong winds like what we saw from the 1st strong system that that swept thru on Friday (Feb 6) to all of NorCal. The rain had decreased by Monday and had ended by Tuesday. High pressure then returned along the west coast... Overall accumulated rainfall from this atmospheric river event for our area here in San Jose, CA: A good 2.05 inches (rough estimate). That is still below the average rainfall for this month of February but still better than nothing! ((Atmospheric River Event Lasted From February 5-9, 2015))

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        • PowerDirector 13

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          Rendered MP4 - H.264 AVC 1080

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          • Zekreet Newbies (at least for some)

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            from martin bates Added 50 1 0

            The cool north winds saw us wrapped up in our winter woolies and foraging for fire wood on the northern shores of Zekreet. Jonny took Mat for a spin and we enjoyed the revival of the fire the following morning. Music credits: New Earth by snowflake featuring IDZero, Javolenus, Copperhead www.ccmixter.org/files/snowflake/43967 CC Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)

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            • Ohio Winter Storm

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              This video display that even in bad weather truckers do not slow down for conditions. The driver of the BBS truck was told to slow down but he didn't. From what we were able to gather the fatality was a pregnant mother. The initiators were two truckers that were driving too fast for conditions. This is always a problem with drivers that are not well seasoned in driving in this type of weather. The Ohio Turnpike issued a multiple vehicle ban from the toll road.

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              • St. John's Heli Adventure

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                Helicopter scenics at St. John's Newfoundland February 7, 2015. Yes, it was cold, but oh so amazing!

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                • Afternoon Gusty Winds Batter San Jose, CA (December 30, 2014)

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                  from William54Graciano Added 10 1 0

                  In this video, it shows a blustery afternoon in San Jose, CA. Our area was experiencing strong and gusty winds throughout much of the day this day. A dry weather system, along with the position of the jet stream, had caused the strong winds this day. And brrrrr, it felt quite chilly this day! Indeed, these were one of the strongest winds I've seen for our area at least! **Weather scenario and summary: It's that time once again when the Bay Area was to be hit with another significant windstorm... A tall high pressure ridge was set in place along the west coast, along with a low pressure area dropping southward at the same time. This system had moved across California, later ending up over southern California by Wednesday and Thursday. This low pressure area was a 'dry' system. No rain was associated with this weather system. This was a fast moving system as well. This low was to bring colder air into the state but the main affect was to be the wind. Strong and gusty northeast to east winds had occurred as this low had moved through. Our weather was quite mild so far this season but this storm had `turned the page` of our weather. This storm had opened the doors to the cold arctic airmass and had finally brought our coldest airmass so far this season, but first with the wind.... By Tuesday (Dec. 30) and Wednesday (Dec. 31), all of NorCal was to see strong and gusty northeast to east winds with gusts 40-45 mph in the valley and even 65-75 mph over the ridges and through the passes. Our area here in San Jose, CA was under a wind advisory (being that these winds were the strongest I've seen in a while, it should've been a warning!). This was a widespread wind event for the Bay Area. We had sustained winds around 20-30ish mph. For our area, sustained winds had decreased some as evening settled but the strong gusts still persisted... The National Weather Service officials said the strongest winds was to be felt in the Bay Area from around noon through noon the very next day (Wednesday) and could reach speeds of up to 45 mph. More than 20,000 PG&E customers had lost power around the Bay Area due to the powerful windstorm. The winds would finally subside by Thursday. Ok, now with the cold airmass... The winds were not the only problem, weather-wise. Proceeding after the winds were cold temps that would then occur Thursday night as the winds calm. Even our area was under a freeze watch until Thursday morning... This was to be our coldest temps so far this season! (Great...time for my sensitive plants to sustain frost damage!) By Friday through the weekend, a high pressure ridge was to be along and over the West Coast. The airmass over the state would then be a bit warmer and by the weekend, we were forecast to see above normal daytime temperatures and slightly milder nights...but still quite chilly... Wind damage was seen throughout the Bay Area. Luckily for us, we didn't lose power. Imagine having no heater when the freezing nights came! Phew... (Wind storm event taken place on Tuesday, December 30, 2014)

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                  • Palm Trees Sway In High Winds Around The Bay Area (12-30-2014)

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                    from William Justo54 Added 32 1 0

                    It was that time again for the Bay Area when an unusually strong wind event was to batter the region with gusty northeasterly winds. Here around San Jose, CA, palm trees sway and bend as the winds rage thru the region. Power outages and downed trees were a common occurrence this day of Tuesday, December 30, 2014. The strongest winds have occurred during the late afternoon hours... Indeed this was one of the strongest winds I've observed, at least for our area. **Weather scenario and summary: It's that time once again when the Bay Area was to be hit with another significant windstorm... A tall high pressure ridge was set in place along the west coast, along with a low pressure area dropping southward at the same time. This system had moved across California, later ending up over southern California by Wednesday and Thursday. This low pressure area was a 'dry' system. No rain was associated with this weather system. This was a fast moving system as well. This low was to bring colder air into the state but the main affect was to be the wind. Strong and gusty northeast to east winds had occurred as this low had moved through. Our weather was quite mild so far this season but this storm had `turned the page` of our weather. This storm had opened the doors to the cold arctic airmass and had finally brought our coldest airmass so far this season, but first with the wind.... By Tuesday (Dec. 30) and Wednesday (Dec. 31), all of NorCal was to see strong and gusty northeast to east winds with gusts 40-45 mph in the valley and even 65-75 mph over the ridges and through the passes. Our area here in San Jose, CA was under a wind advisory (being that these winds were the strongest I've seen in a while, it should've been a warning!). This was a widespread wind event for the Bay Area. We had sustained winds around 20-30ish mph. For our area, sustained winds had decreased some as evening settled but the strong gusts still persisted... The National Weather Service officials said the strongest winds was to be felt in the Bay Area from around noon through noon the very next day (Wednesday) and could reach speeds of up to 45 mph. More than 20,000 PG&E customers had lost power around the Bay Area due to the powerful windstorm. The winds would finally subside by Thursday. Ok, now with the cold airmass... The winds were not the only problem, weather-wise. Proceeding after the winds were cold temps that would then occur Thursday night as the winds calm. Even our area was under a freeze watch until Thursday morning... This was to be our coldest temps so far this season! (Great...time for my sensitive plants to sustain frost damage!) By Friday through the weekend, a high pressure ridge was to be along and over the West Coast. The airmass over the state would then be a bit warmer and by the weekend, we were forecast to see above normal daytime temperatures and slightly milder nights...but still quite chilly... Wind damage was seen throughout the Bay Area. Luckily for us, we didn't lose power. Imagine having no heater when the freezing nights came! Phew... (Wind storm event taken place on Tuesday, December 30, 2014)

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                    • Jambo Kenya - Tsavo East Safari and Mwazaro Water Fun

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                      from Anne Valvatne Added 1,146 5 4

                      This is our third video here from Kenya, Lennart has been gathering some impressions from the Tsavo East National Park meanwhile I'm still working on getting back the flow on the water. Great days, great wind and great spot! Check out the fun so far; First video - Video of the day: vimeo.com/118359826 Jambo Kenya - Exploring around: vimeo.com/118788154 Join us;) Anne Valvatne & Lennart Schulenburg, KiteWorldWide, Naish & Prolimit Clothing: Schwerelosigkite & Chiemsee

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