Check it out. More interactive maps, more looping radars, and more information from Accuweather.com.
We launched the redesigned weather page today. And by far the coolest feature is right at the top. Click on any location on the map for the current conditions and the 5 day forecast in that location. It’s what sets the Internet apart from other media – interactive and on-demand.
But it goes deeper. It’s not just the OKC, Tulsa and Enid. Click on the “Map View” link at the bottom left of the map. You can select “Statewide” or “OKC Metro” views. So you can see what the current condition is at Lake Hefner, for example. And you can set this as your default.
Mike Koehler, from The Oklahoman’s sports department, about upcoming bowl coverage.
It snowed like a madman this morning.
I’ve had enough.
First, it’s the day after Christmas. It was Dec. 26, 2004, when waves from the mightiest earthquake in 40 years killed around 230,000 people in 12 Indian Ocean nations. The Asian tsunami was remembered today as survivors prayed at mosques and mass graves marking the third anniversary.
A broad gauge of consumer spending released by MasterCard, which includes estimates for spending by cash and checks, showed a modest 2.4 percent increase in holiday spending, excluding gasoline and auto sales. Women’s apparel suffered especially, with spending down 2.4 percent. Target, the nation’s No. 2 retailer, warns its sales may have fallen in December.
Finally, I don’t know if you’ve seen this yet. But hey, it’s that week between Christmas and New Year’s and just maybe your boss isn’t around. So it may be time to re-cap the year on NewsOK.com and in The Oklahoman. Watch the top 20 videos of the year, view the best photos and slideshows. Also, find out which articles made it in the Top 10!
So Christmas has come and gone. Time to get back into the office. I took a week off to get engaged in NYC. And after a quick one day back on monday it’s now time for a three day week. Thanks to the wonders of the Blackberry and now the iPhone, keeping up while out of the office is easier ever when on the road. So there isn’t the hundreds of emails to sift thru.