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DIETS FAIL WORKS - Herald Mail Media
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The Herald-Mail
5-Day Forecast for Hagerstown
Today
Tuesday Wednesday
Rain and ice
this morning
Partly sunny
and colder
39°
26°
29°
State Forecast
World Cities
Thursday
Partly sunny
15°
29°
Frederick
39/29
21°
36°
RealFeel Temp
Today
The patented AccuWeather.com
RealFeel Temperature ® is an exclusive
index of the effects of temperature, wind,
humidity, sunshine intensity, precipitation,
pressure and elevation on the human body.
Partly sunny
21°
37°
20°
Washington, DC
42/31
St. Charles
41/29
Salisbury
49/35
Cambridge
43/32
Sun and Moon
Ski Report
Sun
Moon
Resort
7:31 a.m. 5:07 p.m.
none 11:17 a.m.
New
First
Full
Jan 13 Jan 20 Jan 26 Feb 3
Wisp - Md.
Blue Knob - Pa.
Liberty Mtn- Pa.
Whitetail - Pa.
0
2
0
0
19-21
18-22
22-28
32-34
18
15
16
22
9
3
8
8
Source: OntheSnow.com
Potomac River Stages
Location
Hancock
Harpers Ferry
New
Trails Lifts
Snow Base Open Open
As of 7 a.m. yesterday
Yesterday’s stage
4.66 ft.
3.03 ft.
24 hr. change
+0.07 ft.
none
Flood stage
30 ft.
18 ft.
Today Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
Hi/Lo/W
59/44/r
50/47/r
55/36/s
45/42/r
95/69/pc
27/12/pc
47/34/c
53/44/s
48/37/r
58/36/s
50/41/c
76/66/r
36/23/s
40/33/pc
National Cities
Atlanta
Atlantic City
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Hilton Head
Baltimore
39/29
Columbia
39/26
Athens
Amsterdam
Baghdad
Berlin
Buenos Aires
Calgary
Dublin
City
Annapolis
40/29
Last
8 a.m. Noon 4 p.m 8 p.m.
City
Aberdeen
39/25
Hagerstown Almanac
Statistics are through 7 p.m. yest.
Temperature
High/Low
35°/12°
38°/23°
Normal high/low
Record high
70° in 1975
Record low
-3° in 1982
Precipitation
24 hours through 7 p.m. Sun. 0.00”
Month to date
0.61”
Normal month to date
0.99”
Year to date
0.61”
Normal year to date
0.99”
Friday
Times of
clouds and
sun
Hagerstown
39/26
Cumberland
41/25
Shown is
today’s weather.
Temperatures are
today’s highs and
tonight’s lows.
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Monday, January 12, 2015
Today
Hi/Lo/W
51/42/r
43/32/r
38/24/sn
19/7/sn
36/15/r
32/8/sn
45/30/c
30/16/c
30/2/sn
62/51/r
Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
52/37/r
35/26/pc
25/14/s
17/2/s
23/10/s
18/-3/s
39/31/c
30/15/sn
13/-4/s
60/41/r
City
Johannesburg
London
Madrid
Mexico City
Moscow
Oslo
Paris
Today Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
Hi/Lo/W
82/58/s
53/45/r
54/34/pc
72/42/pc
31/15/sn
39/35/sn
47/43/pc
83/61/s
48/37/pc
53/36/pc
72/42/pc
36/28/sn
40/32/sf
50/39/r
Today Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
Hi/Lo/W
City
Rome
Seoul
Singapore
Sydney
Tokyo
Toronto
Warsaw
56/39/s
34/17/s
85/77/t
76/70/sh
47/36/s
31/-4/sn
40/38/sf
59/44/s
39/23/pc
85/76/t
82/71/t
49/37/s
12/6/s
45/38/pc
Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2015
City
Houston
Honolulu
Indianapolis
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Miami
Minneapolis
Myrtle Beach
Nags Head
New York City
Today
Hi/Lo/W
57/43/c
79/63/s
31/4/sn
61/43/pc
67/51/pc
81/70/t
4/-11/s
65/50/r
60/42/r
38/28/i
Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
49/38/c
80/63/s
15/-1/s
61/38/s
71/50/s
83/69/pc
9/3/s
53/37/r
46/39/r
29/20/s
City
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Richmond
St. Louis
San Francisco
Seattle
Tampa
Virginia Beach
Today
Hi/Lo/W
80/64/t
39/30/i
71/51/pc
35/15/sn
47/35/r
34/15/i
59/47/pc
49/38/pc
78/65/t
57/40/r
Tomorrow
Hi/Lo/W
77/62/t
33/23/s
70/48/s
21/8/s
38/28/pc
25/13/s
61/45/s
50/37/pc
77/63/sh
41/35/r
Area Cities
Today’s National Forecast
Yesterday Last year
City
Hi/Lo/Prec. Hi/Lo/Prec.
Baltimore
40/9/0.00 57/35/0.75
Boonsboro
37/12/0.00 52/34/0.41
Chambersburg 34/10/0.00 52/33/0.09
Cumberland 34/9/0.00 51/35/0.10
Frederick
39/12/0.00 50/34/0.37
Greencastle
35/9/0.00 na/na/na
Hagerstown
35/12/0.00 51/33/0.22
Martinsburg 38/8/0.00 53/34/0.27
Ocean City
40/9/0.00 56/47/0.47
Smithsburg
35/11/0.00 51/36/0.40
Washington
43/21/0.00 58/37/0.87
Waynesboro 34/11/0.00 56/40/0.43
Williamsport 36/9/0.00 50/35/0.12
W-weather, s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy,
c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms,
r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.
Prec.-precipitation, Tr-trace
Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs
for the day.
National Summary
T
-10s
-0s
0s
10s
20s
30s
40s
50s
60s
70s
80s
90s
100s 110s
Snow and an icy mix threatens to disrupt travel from the lower Midwest states to the Northeast today, while rain
wets parts of the mid-Atlantic and South and fresh arctic air pours over the Plains.
Senior menus
WEATHER SPOTLIGHT
with Meteorologist Rob Martin
A freezing-rain advisory is in effect until 1 p.m. today.
Some light freezing rain is possible this morning before
turning to rain by noon. Amounts should be light, but surfaces initially will be cold from the recent chill, so some
icing is possible, especially on lightly traveled roads,
driveways, bridges and overpasses. Temperatures will rise to above freezing around noon and
the rain should taper off by evening. This also will primarily
be a freezing rain/rain event in the higher elevations, but
could end as some lingering light snow tonight. Breezy conditions will develop tonight
and lows will be in the mid-20s. High pressure takes control for the remainder of the week and keeps the precipitation threat suppressed to the south, but temperatures will be seasonably cold through
Friday. The next chance for snow or rain will be toward the end of next weekend.
Weather fact of the day: On this date in 1985, a record snowstorm struck south
Texas. Palm trees in San Antonio were blanketed with more than a foot of snow. It was
more snow than had ever been received in an entire winter season there. Jan. 14 to 20
Weekly menus
The Washington County Commission
on Aging offers noon lunches to anyone
60 years and older at six locations —
Smithsburg, Keedysville, Williamsport
and three in Hagerstown.
Smithsburg, Keedysville and Williamsport are open Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. Potomac Towers, Walnut Towers
and Francis Murphy are open Monday
through Friday.
The hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the
days they are open.
The agency requires that you call by
11:30 a.m. to give them a two-workingdays reservation notice. A donation is
asked per meal.
For information, call 301-790-0275.
Wednesday — Garden salad with
Italian dressing, stuffed cabbage, green
bean, yellow wax bean and baby carrot
medley, whole-grain dinner roll, peaches,
oatmeal-raisin cookie and milk. Thursday — Caesar salad, chili, corn
bread, mixed fruit and milk. Friday — Crispy chicken salad, Italian
white-bean salad, whole-grain dinner
roll, orange wedges and milk. Monday — Closed in observance of
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Tuesday — Garden salad with ranch
dressing, roasted turkey, mashed
potatoes and gravy, sauerkraut, wholegrain dinner roll, diced pineapple and
milk. 1915: House rejects proposed constitutional Milestones
amendment to give women the right to vote Birthdays
YEARBOOK
OF BABIES
Show off your beautiful
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Tuesday, Jan. 20
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Tuesday, Jan. 13, 5 p.m.
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Look for the submission form
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in to fill one out.
301-733-6900
ASSOCIATION
EXECUTIVE
Pen-Mar Reg. Assoc.
of REALTORS®
seeks CEO for a
Non-Profit Organization
in Hagerstown, MD,
serving three counties
in PA/MD.
Full-time position manages
office & staff.
Some travel. Requires excellent
managerial & communication skills.
Understanding real estate or
Association Management
is beneficial. $45-60K + benefits.
References & background
checks required.
Submit resumes by
February 1st to
[email protected]
Subject Line: AE Position
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Jan. 11 — Tena Myers, Hagerstown, turned 55; Brian Sottile, Hagerstown, turned 42; Andy Calandrelle,
Hagerstown, turned 28; Brianna Martin, Summer
Street, Hagerstown, turned 14.
Today — Brianna Rae Myers, Falling Waters, W.Va.,
turns 13; Kasey Kline, Linganore Avenue, Hagerstown,
turns 8; Randy Kline, Wakefield Road, Hagerstown,
turns 50; Gwen Barthlow, Leitersburg, turns 65.
n To submit a milestone to The Herald-Mail, mail the
information to The Herald-Mail, P.O. Box 439, Hagerstown, MD 21741; fax it to 301-714-0245; or email [email protected]
herald-mail.com two weeks prior to the date.
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Positions
Sportsmans TROUBLE CHEWING?
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FLEA MARKET Dr.MISSING
Fred Bye invites you to a
A representative from
The Arc of Washington County
will be taking applications on
Tuesday, January 13
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
at WC One Stop Job Center,
14 North Potomac St,
Hagerstown, MD.
Stop by and see
what The Arc has to offer!
The Arc of W/C
820 Florida Avenue, Hagerstown, MD
www.arcwc-md.org
[email protected]
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Washington County
Agricultural Education Ctr.
7313 Sharpsburg Pk.
Boonsboro, MD
Saturday, Jan. 17
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 18
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
New & Used Fishing Tackle & More!
Tackle Vendors, Guides & Boat Dealer
Door Prizes!!!
ADMISSION $4 (Children under 12 FREE)
(Early Bird Admission $8 • Doors Open at 8 a.m.)
Refreshments Available!!
Flea Market Tables $20 Each
From I-70 at exit 29 take MD-65/Sharpsburg Pk
south approx. 6 mi. & Ag Ctr. will be on the left
For more info. contact:
Jeff 301-733-7387
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FREE Dental Implant Seminar
on Tuesday, January 13
at 12 Noon
Busted Water Pipes?
Water Restoration Available
(Insurance Claims Welcome)
periodonticsandimplants.com
301-797-5751
800-403-2121
Expires 1-25-2015
BRIDAL
EXPO
Sun., Jan. 25th
11am-6pm
@ the Valley Mall
Hagerstown, MD
Largest Bridal Show in
the Tri-State Area
Call 866-739-6868 today
13424 Pennsylvania Ave, Suite 201
Hagerstown, MD 21742
(In the Sylvania Center)
24 Hour Emergency Service
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OVER 100 BRIDAL VENDORS
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Call Brittney Hamilton for more info.
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TODAY IN HISTORY
Actress Kirstie Alley is 64.
Country singer Ricky Van
Shelton is 63. Radio-TV
personality Howard Stern
is 61. Broadcast journalist
Christiane Amanpour is
57. Actor Oliver Platt is 55.
Basketball Hall of Famer
Dominique Wilkins is 55.
Entrepreneur Jeff Bezos is
51. Actor Olivier Martinez is 49. Rapper TBird
(B-Rock and the Bizz) is
48. Model Vendela is 48.
Actress Farrah Forke is
47. Actress Rachael Harris
is 47. Rock singer Zack
de la Rocha is 45. Rapper
Raekwon (Wu Tang Clan)
is 45. Singer Dan Haseltine
(Jars of Clay) is 42. Singer
Melanie Chisholm (Spice
Girls) is 41. Contemporary
Christian singer Jeremy
Camp is 37. Rhythm-andblues singer Amerie is 35.
Actress Naya Rivera is 28.
Actor Will Rothhaar is 28.
Actor Andrew Lawrence is
27. Rock singer Zayn Malik (One Direction) is 22.
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Today is Monday, Jan.
12, the 12th day of 2015.
There are 353 days left in
the year.
Today’s highlights in
history:
On Jan. 12, 1915, the
U.S. House of Representatives rejected, 204-174,
a proposed constitutional
amendment to give women
nationwide the right to
vote. The silent film drama “A Fool There Was,”
which propelled Theda
Bara to stardom with her
portrayal of a predatory
vamp, premiered in New
York.
On this date:
In 1912, textile workers
at the Everett Mill in Lawrence, Mass., most of them
immigrant women, walked
off the job to protest wage
cuts.
In 1932, Hattie W.
Caraway became the first
woman elected to the U.S.
Senate after initially being
appointed to serve out the
remainder of the term of
her late husband, Thaddeus.
In 1945, during World
War II, Soviet forces
began a major, successful
offensive against the Germans in Eastern Europe.
Aircraft from U.S. Task
Force 38 sank about 40
probe crashed into Comet
Tempel 1 in July 2005.)
Five years ago: Haiti
was struck by a magniJapanese ships off Indotude-7 earthquake; the
china.
Haitian government said
In 1975, the Pittsburgh
Steelers defeated the Min- 316,000 people were killed,
nesota Vikings 16-6 to win while a report prepared
for the U.S. Agency for
Super Bowl IX at Tulane
International Development
Stadium in New Orleans.
suggested the death toll
In 1986, the shuttle
Columbia blasted off with might have been between
46,000 and 85,000.
a crew that included the
One year ago: Southfirst Hispanic-American
west
Flight 4013, a Boeing
in space, Dr. Franklin R.
737 from Chicago, landed
Chang-Diaz.
at the wrong Missouri
In 2000, in a 5-4 deciairfield while en route to
sion, the U.S. Supreme
Court, in Illinois vs. Ward- Branson.
Today’s birthdays:
low, gave police broad
Actress Katherine Macauthority to stop and
question people who run at Gregor (TV: “Little House
on the Prairie”) is 90.
the sight of an officer.
Ten years ago: A NASA Singer Glenn Yarbrough is
85. The Amazing Kreskin
spacecraft, Deep Impact,
is 80. Country singer
blasted off on a mission
William Lee Golden (The
to smash a hole in a
Oak Ridge Boys) is 76.
comet and give scientists
Actor Anthony Andrews
a glimpse of the frozen
is 67. Radio commentator
primordial ingredients
Rush Limbaugh is 64.
of the solar system. (The
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