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January 20, 2020
 

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Baby, it was cold outside

Baby - it was cold outside. Over the past seven days low temperatures in the area bottomed out at 4 degrees, 5 degrees and 7 degrees. Jan. 28 was the first day when the low was above freezing. Here's the recent seven-day high, low and precipitation report from the Icon weather observer.

Date        High    Low   Prec.
Jan. 22     14        4  
Jan. 23     18        7     0.01
Jan. 24     22        5     trace
Jan. 25     22      16     0.12
Jan. 26     29      12     trace
Jan. 27      33     15     0.15
Jan. 28     49      33     0.15
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16 going once...going twice...heat wave coming

Actually, "no, thank you." The Ada McDonald's thermometer read 16 degrees on Wednesday. (The service station on North Main and 81 read 17 - but it didn't seem any warmer there.)

But, there's good news in the forecast. Depending upon which weather forecast you like, just like the stock market, the thermometer is on the rise.

We understand Friday's high will be 19, then we hit a hot streak: 25 predicted high on Saturday, 25 on Sunday, 28 on Monday - can you believe this - 37 on Tuesday, 46 on Wednesday.

Next thing you know we'll worry about the trees budding too early.

 

 

Next Drive Time Driving Instruction series beginning Feb. 3

Drive Time Driving Instruction, 4171 State Route 235, Ada, announced it's next series of classes. 

The series starts on Sunday, Feb. 3., according to Sara Kisseberth of Drive Time. February session is $20 off the normal pricing.

She added that the classes include:

  • 24 hours of required classroom instruction
  • Six sessions scheduled over a two-week period with your input
  • 8 hours of behind-the-wheel training
  • We'll pick you up and drop you off
  • No need to come to the office
  • Carefully chosen, highly qualified instructors

Ada Area Chamber of Commerce holds celebration dinner

The Ada Area Chamber of Commerce held its celebration dinner on Jan. 16 and announced significant dates for 2013 and made Board of Director appointments for 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Board of Directors are as follows:

2013
Karen Garver, Justin Courtney and Dustin Brooks

2014
Elizabeth Abel, Becky Neville, and Jolene Bailey

2015
JoNell Hanratty, Linda Fleming and Ashley Lehman

Significant dates to remember include:

Apollo Career Center plans celebration as kick-off to National Career Technical Education Month

Apollo Career Center will hold Apollopalooza on January 29, 2013, 5:30-7 p.m., to kick-off National Career and Technical Education Month, which runs through February according to Dana Dukes Norton, community relations liaison. 

Apollopalooza will showcase both the high school and adult education programs. The event is free and open to the public.

Yeah, it feels like January

Suddenly it feels like January. Guy Verhoff,  weather observer, provided the Icon with the past seven day maximum temperature, minimum temperature and precipitation. The high for the past seven days was 50 and the low 8.

Jan. 15  30  19
Jan. 16  34  25
Jan. 17  40  20
Jan. 18  39  19
Jan. 19  50  36
Jan. 20  43  18 trace
Jan. 21  21    8 trace

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