looking at the whites, even the light lilac colours but we have a lot of browns, meaning most of us have had below average rainfall during the month ofjuly on what happened was high—pressure built—in and effectively blocked the atlantic influence on our weather so it kept all of the weather fronts out of the north and west and that is where we saw rain but even in the north and west you can see the rainfall amounts were more or less average. to give you an idea of what we've had in the summer months so far, meet your logically speaking, the summer months arejune, july and august and we'vejust summer months arejune, july and august and we've just started august so forjune and july we've had 105.3 millimetres of the rainfall we would expect and 240 millimetres is what we would look out for the whole of the summer months so it's unlikely we would make average rainfall which probably won't come as a huge surprise to anyone and in the next few days this is the kind of
by Sponsored // Apr 12, 2021 10:30 AM
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Every American household receives about six pieces of junk mail each day. These include things like credit card pre-approvals, refinancing offers, and other documents with sensitive information. Even though identity thieves now have tech-savvy ways to steal your information, old-fashioned dumpster diving remains a popular way to gain easy access to things like bank information, social security numbers, employment details, insurance information, phone numbers, and addresses.
One-third of Americans will become identity theft victims in their lifetime. Children and the elderly are especially at risk. Identity theft spans far more than simply opening up a credit card in someone else’s name. It also includes benefits fraud, insurance fraud, tax fraud, and employment fraud – we saw a lot of this in 2020 with false claims for unemployment benefits.
by SPIRIT 105.3 // Apr 5, 2021 12:00 AM
We hope you have truly enjoyed our Easter experience this year. If you haven’t found Jesus yet and feel the tug on your heart, we would love to invite you to put your trust in him today. There is nothing more freeing than saying YES to Jesus! If you have questions or are wondering what it really means to say yes to Jesus, we’d love to talk!
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by Sydney Kaer // Apr 3, 2021 12:00 PM
Tune in this weekend for some contagious encouragement with Keep The Faith. We guarantee you’ll feel uplifted. You can catch Keep The Faith on Sundays!
It’s been said that “to err is human. To forgive is divine.” Forgiveness is an integral part of the Easter season, and it’s an integral part of finding love. Jackie Dorman is a matchmaker, relationship coach, and author. Finding love in 12 months sounds almost impossible, but she says it’s not – IF you’re willing to take the right steps, like forgiving those who’ve hurt you in the past.
by SPIRIT 105.3 // Apr 1, 2021 12:00 AM
Description: The Chapel that stands on the site of the Last Supper. (PC: Eunice Nygard)
If you knew that your time here on earth was less than a day from being over, how do you think you would spend your last evening?
Certainly, you would want to be with the people you love, but what would you do? Perhaps you might share a great meal together, reminisce over your favorite memories and focus on what really matters in life.
In the Gospel of John chapter 13, we’re told that Jesus is in exactly this position. John tells us that “Jesus knew that the Father had put all things under his power and that he had come from God and was returning to God.” His death on the cross that will conquer sin and death once and for all is at hand, and Jesus knows it.
by Sponsored // Mar 31, 2021 2:30 PM
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A paycheck isn’t everything and we would never advise someone to choose a career based on earnings potential alone, but it is wise to have a general idea of what you can expect to earn on a certain career path along with a plan for lifetime career and wage progression. If you’re trying to decide what career to pursue, here are six well-paying jobs you might want to research further to see if they fit with your passion, your purpose, and your personality.
: Apply mathematical and statistical techniques to solve problems. Most people in this field work for government organizations or for private research companies. Work is available with a Bachelor’s degree, but most opportunities require a Master’s degree. But the best part? The job outlook for mathematicians and statisticians is AMAZING – jobs are expected to grow by 33% over the next ten years!
by Sponsored // Apr 1, 2021 10:00 AM
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by Erica Parkerson // Mar 15, 2021 2:00 PM
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Dr. Hanna Ekstrom is the founder of Seattle Veterinary Outreach in Seattle, an organization with a mission that would make you wag your tail if you had one! Join Dr. Hanna, Steve, and Erica for an inspiring conversation about how she and her terrific team are caring for pets – and people – in the Emerald City.
We want to hear about the people and businesses you know doing good work and truly Catching the Spirit of kindness in the community. You can tell us about them here. Special thanks to Fellowship Home Loans for helping us recognize those in our community doing good.
by SPIRIT 105.3 // Mar 15, 2021 4:00 PM
Mrs. Rawlins has gone above and beyond to teach her Highly Capable 3rd grade class this year, entirely remotely. She has the patience of a saint to lead this group of kids through remote learning, teaching them more difficult vocabulary, higher level math, and to ensure they are excited about school. She’s brought in an interesting podcast, talked thoroughly with the class about having a growth mindset, and even took them on a virtual field trip to the San Diego Zoo. On top of keeping her kids engaged in remote learning (which is tough as it is), she has also been working through caring for, and ultimately taking in an aging parent to live with her. She is working through all the required paperwork, caring for her mother, and teaching remotely in a pandemic.