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Enjoy the weekend, indoors or out Though the week began under a dark cloud – actually, an entire sky filled with them – and we had to deal with downed trees and slick roads, things have brightened considerably for this weekend, just in time for some great events.
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A stormy start to the post-eclipse week We’ve officially weathered the darkest part of the total solar eclipse and – barring any surprise alien visits or catastrophic solar flares – we have the rest of the week to look forward to. And we can assure you that the wet stuff isn’t going away f
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oday is the great day of the total solar eclipse that will trace a path over much of Texas. To say that this is being treated as the event of the year so far is not hyperbole; millions are traveling the roads to get in prime viewing position, some sc
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There may be the double whammy of a total eclipse obscured by thundering, cloudy skies, but nothing will darken the spirits of Woodlanders as they pick some amazing events to attend this week. Here’s a sampling!
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We’ll start off dry enough, but that’ll change soon The warm, sunny weather of the past few days continues today, making for a Friday with a high in the mid 80s before the sun goes down. A low dew point and plummeting humidity will keep the additional heat index at zero. There’s no real wind to speak
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Monday dampness gives way to weeklong warmth The winds are currently peaking out at around 15 miles per hour from the south as both the humidity and pressure front reverse course and start climbing. As we hit our afternoon high of 84 – with three degreed added to the high humidity – there will
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We’re starting off the week (and month) with April Fools Day, but we’re not fooling around with our slate of favorite events going down these first few days of April.
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Easter weekend will allow for outdoor fun Friday has started off, well, pretty good so far, and it’s presaging the weekend ahead. While it’s been bright and dry all morning, momentarily some white, fluffy clouds will come wandering in as the dropping humidity levels out.
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Not too wet, not too dry, not too cool, not too warm… It’s a breath of fresh air to not have extreme weather conditions or last-minute alerts. This week is one of serene moderation as the spring season comes to fruition at long last.
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The week might start off wet and stormy, but as we count down the days to Easter, things will certainly brighten. Speaking of Easter, be sure to check out our Easter Guide coming this week, filled with ideas for the entire family. In the meantime, en
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The blitzing storms have wandered away… for now. This morning we awoke to a lot of fallen foliage and slick streets, thanks to yesterday’s and last night’s series of strong storms that surged through the entire area. Fortunately, the violence is behind us, and we’re in for a relatively benign weeke
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At long last, we officially hit springtime this week, as well as the equinox, where the day and night will be the same length on Thursday. Then the days will get longer and the nights shorter. But even these changing seasons won’t put a damper on the
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It’s about to get gnarly April showers may bring May flowers, but as we go through the last week of winter, March storming is definitely forming. Starting later tonight, we’ll see some ever-increasing chances of thunderstorms and heavy rains that could last through Sunday an
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Grey skies and growing chances of rain It’s a misnomer to think it’s spring right now; even though we’re firmly in the local school districts’ Spring Break, and just the other night we did the ‘Spring Forward’ changing of the clocks, this is actually the last full week of winter. And much
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It’s Spring Break for most this week, and Woodlands Online has its comprehensive Spring Break Guide ready to fill you in on tons of family fun. But here’s a list of our top five favorite things to do that aren’t quite out-of-school related.
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Daylight Saving Time rears its head this weekend It’s a misnomer to use the mnemonic ‘Spring Forward, Fall Back’ when it comes to resetting our clocks this weekend for Daylight Saving Time, as we’re still two
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Political season kicks into high gear this week as we hit the polls on Tuesday for the Texas Primary Elections. We can pretty much guarantee that the political brouhaha won’t settle down until well after November’s General Election, so it’s vital we
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It’s decidedly warmer this weekend Winter has apparently decided to take a hike early, and it seems like we’re in for some warmer, wetter, springlike weather already.
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Usually, we talk about the fun events that are happening; however, this week we dedicate one of our events to a somber but life-affirming commemoration of a fallen local law enforcement officer. We hope you can make it; and to raise your spirits befo
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Woodlands Family Chiropractic once again takes top honors as ‘Business of the Year’ Over the past fifteen years, thousands of businesses have been up for a coveted local recognition: the annual Woodlands Online ‘Best of The Woodlands’ awards. The 2024 competition, which took place starting February 1 and ended this past Wednesday, h
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