EudoraNews.com provides a blog to every registered user. By creating your blog, you agree to follow our Use Policy Agreement.
We often complain about the Kansas heat and humidity. Myself included. However, in one respect we can consider ourselves a bit lucky.
Why a potential back off in "hottest" temperatures may increase thunderstorm chances in Northeast Kansas through the weekend.
It's like a heat wave... Whether it's the forecast or a song by Martha and the Vandellas, the phrase "heat wave" is often overused. Probably because when day after day of heat and humidity set in, everyone is talking about it and there just aren't enough good phrases to sum up the unpleasant weather.
You might have always hoped for the corner office just for the view from the corner window. NASA is working to give the crew of the International Space Station a new workspace with the best view yet.
So looking ahead to the next few days, there is most definitely one thing that is apparent. The models are teasing us with a bigger cool down than we'll actually see. This is a case-in-point of why you can't just trust a computer program or automated website to get your forecast.
Believe it or not, parts of the American Midwest see some of the hottest temperatures in the world during summer months. While the actual temperature may not be all that impressive — 100°F is commonly reached all over the world — the Midwest humidity can make it feel much, much worse.
The bulk of the extended forecast is calling for more hot weather with the heat index in well over 100°, but what exactly is the heat index?
I am researching my ancestor Leo Vitt who was born 1818 in Germany and lived in Eudora from about 1858 until his death in 1883. Any information is appreciated.
A plan to keep the city and school district on the same page for mil rate levels in the future. To allow for the city to plan ahead for tax revenue. The plan would make all school spending be heard and voted on at open regular City of Eudora City council meetings, and be voted on. The goal is to have all future school district spending heard to allow the city to keep a mil rate that can be sustained and maintain Eudora. As it stands the school district is keeping the mil rate max`d out and the city cannot bring in enough revenue to keep the city up and safe. This is something that has got to be fixed before we have issues that cannot be fixed. I would like feedback from anyone on this and ideas before it is taken to the City council this spring.
Please let researchers at the University of Kansas know what you think is Sustainable by following the link and filling out the survey. www.engr.ku.edu/~oswald/EPA.html -thanks!