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Yacht Club – “Cold Wind From Fools” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

Yacht Club is a band featuring Ben Cook of Fucked Up who play music that sounds almost nothing like Fucked Up. It sounds like what you’d expect from a band called Yacht Club, actually, and their recent song “Cold Wind From Fools” is a breezy serving of smooth rock. It now has an equally pleasant [...]

The Grass Princess

It was April, and down in the orchard the first flashing blades of the new year’s growth were pushing aside the old, worn, winter stuff. The sky was blue and very clear, but the wind was cold. So the nursemaids put the little princess down under an apple tree, wrapped in her shawls, and ran away to play tag under the twisted apple branches, to keep themselves warm.

10 of the World’s Most Beautiful Beaches

It’s the last leg of summer, which has us pining for spontaneous vacations to faraway places. Trips to the beach offer a final reprieve from the cold months ahead. As you wind down from another wonderful summer, we wanted to leave you with a few photos of some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Show More Summary

Top 10 Plants for a Living Roof

Rooftops are tough place for plants: they're vulnerable to intense heat, cold, wind and drought, plus they can’t support a lot of weight, so the plants need to grow in just a few inches of soil (actually, ultra-lightweight soilless growing mediums are typically

How About A Little Arctic Cool Down

The summer heat getting your wound up? Let photographer Chris Burkard and his crew of frozen surfers (Patrick Millin, Brett Barley, and Chadd Konig) cool you down with a little Arctic Circle surfing. The bitterly cold seas and wind exact a large price on their minds and bodies, but the reward – adventure, amazement, and […]

Hair happy: 5 easy Winter hairstyles for any kind of weather

Everyone craves hair that can withstand wind, rain, and humidity and since it's around that time where those in the Southern Hemisphere are either braving the cold or heading off overseas to master the heat, we thought it only fair to create a tress-tactic guide for looks you can recreate easily that will stand up to […]

Scientists Claim Link Between Cold Weather And Back Pain Is Nonexistent

Scientists are saying the old wives' tale that back pain is affected by the weather is a bunch of hot air. With air pressure, wind direction, humidity and rain taken into account, scientists could find no links found between the subjects' pain and concurrent weather patterns.Click To Continue Reading

hiking Mt Washington, New Hampshire

2 months agoFitness / Hiking :

trip report by site editor Rick McCharles Because the Presidential Range is in the pathway of several major storm tracks, Mount Washington is known to have a severe combination of wind and cold. The average annual temperature is 27.1°F, the … Continue reading ?

Great walls could eliminate major tornado threat in Tornado Alley, expert says

Can we eliminate major tornadoes in Tornado Alley? Devastating tornadoes over there start from violent clashes between northbound warm wind and southbound cold wind. If engineers built three east-west great walls, 300 meters high and...Show More Summary

Stunning Frontal Cloud at Sea

I thought readers might enjoy this photo. This frontal cloud formed from a northeast wind shift and lifting of humid ocean air enough to cool it below the dew point. The cold air acts a bit like the leading edge … Continue reading ?

Bass Snatcher Tournament Lake Alexander June 7th

3 months agoHobbies / Fishing : Bass Pundit

My Boater Chuck Johansen The Weather- Calm, cool/cold and overcast in the morning, turning sunny with some wind out of the NW in the afternoon.The Day- Thankfully, the rain had stopped by the time we blasted off around 6:45AM because we made a long run up to the NE corner of the lake to fish some reed beds, floating bogs, and docks. Show More Summary

No Cold Comfort as Schwartzel Misses Wentworth Cut

4 months agoSports / Golf : On Par

Charl Schwartzel has little affection for Wentworth and the intermittent rain and chilly 30kph winds tipped him over the edge on Friday as the former U.S. Masters champion slumped to a six-over-par 78.

MS Mortar – The Bond Holding Us Together

The cold Scaibhin winds have ended in our little corner of the world and we’re just weeks from the annual influx of international tourists.  That means time to tidy up from the long and storm-raked winter.  That often means a fresh coat of paint. On my walks and cycles through town these past few days, [...]

Ocean Winds Put Heat on Australia

4 months agoNews : Truthdig

By Tim Radford, Climate News Network Winds of change caused by greenhouse gases in the Southern Ocean are keeping Antarctica cold but parching Australia by “stealing” more of its rainfall.

Ocean winds keep Antarctica cold, Australia dry

New research has explained why Antarctica is not warming as much as other continents, and why southern Australia is recording more droughts. Researchers have found rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are strengthening the stormy Southern Ocean winds which deliver rain to southern Australia, but pushing them further south towards Antarctica.

Flow motion

4 months agoHealth / Fitness : Jill Outside

There are a lot of roads to nowhere; many are fun and scenic places to ride bikes. Rare, however, are the collision of factors that tiptoe toward a more transcendent experience. On this day: A cold northwest wind, much cooler than we anticipated for the East Bay in mid-May. Show More Summary

Ocean winds keep Antarctica cold, Australia dry

While most of Antarctica is remaining cold, rapid increases in summer ice melt, glacier retreat and ice shelf collapses are being observed in Antarctic Peninsula, where the stronger winds passing through Drake Passage are making theShow More Summary

Mille Lacs Bust, Opener Saved by Bullheads

4 months agoHobbies / Fishing : Bass Pundit

Conditions: Clear and cold, but no wind so I was never chilled.I didn't have my tackle organized enough to be at Mille Lacs at midnight because I overslept a couple of hours yesterday but I arrived at Eddy's at around 12:20 AM. As IShow More Summary


Wind energy protects consumers Michael Goggin, May 2, 2014 (The Hill) “…Wind energy repeatedly proved its reliability and value this winter by protecting consumers across the U.S. from fuel shortages and extreme spikes in energy prices…Early...Show More Summary

Skin survival kit: Must-know Winter skin care tips to treat your skin the right way

As temperatures start to plummet, so does the skin's moisture levels. Nose biting cold winds and extreme warmth from blasting heaters all take their toll on our outer-layer, leaving our skin parched and thirsty for an extra hit of hydration. Show More Summary

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