Sunday, January 10, 2010

1/10 - 2pm - MSU 7-Day Forecast - 900th Post!

Here's a fresh Mississippi State University 7-day forecast, the first of 2010:


It's a relief that temperatures will finally be getting above freezing this week. I don't see any snow in the forecast, but heavy rain may become an issue by the weekend. Until then, expect sunny skies and highs in the 40's and 50's.

I'm proud to announce that this is my 900th blog post. I started this blog in January 2007 with the hope that it would teach me more about weather and mass communication. What I didn't expect was the amount of people who would actually look at it and where it would take me. I've had over 27,500 visits since 2007 and an average of 85 per day. That comes out to around 600 visits to this blog every week! Thanks to all my viewers for supporting me through over the years. I plan to keep this blog going for many more years to come!

3 comments:

Zachary said...

CONGRATS! Keep it up!

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