Friday, January 7, 2011

This & That

This first week of 2011 has been a full one!

After frequent questions about my skincare, I decided to partner with the doctors who created ProActiv Solutions and be a consultant for them with Rodan & Fields. These doctors provide excellent anti-acne, anti-aging, anti-irritation and sun reversal regimens without having to see a dermatologist. If you are looking to supplement your income, totally replacement it or just plan for your financial future and want to know more, click here. I'll be happy to answer any questions about it.

I had the pleasure of traveling to Loyd Start School yesterday outside Brookhaven.
Thanks to the motivation of little 6 year old Olivia Kimble, the students are donating their hair to WLBT's Great Lengths. Between now and February 27, if you live near Brookhaven and would like to donate your hair, you can do so by dropping it off at Loyd Star School or by contacting Melinda Kimble at Nina's Cut-n-Up Salon. On February 28, the hair from this area will be presented to me at the Great Lengths event. If you're interested in donating, click here as we have less than two months left with just over 600 people signed up so far. Think of the wigs we'll be making for women who have lost their hair due to cancer!

The buzz over the last few days is the possibility of wintry precipitation this weekend. The kids are excited and the adults are worried!

With a low pressure area forming in the Gulf and Arctic air blasting in from the north, we will have the perfect set up. Areas north of I-20 will have the best opportunity to see snow early Sunday morning and Sunday night. Areas between the I-20 and Highway 84 corridor will most likely see a mixed bag of wintry precipitation. This would include periods of rain changing to freezing rain, changing to sleet and possibly snow. Areas south of Highway 84 will experience mostly rain. At times, the snow could be heavy for those areas expecting snow with accumulations of 3"+. Heavy bands of snow could fall and thus produce higher localized amounts. Areas looking to see a wintry mix could accumulate 1"+ of the mix. The rain occurring across south Mississippi could be several inches. With Sunday services and activities planned, you can tune into WLBT, the WLBT Facebook page and Twitter for the latest on possible closings. As Monday comes into view, snow could still be on the ground and could cause travel problems for areas that have not been cleared or treated. I'll have the latest on WLBT today beginning at 4pm. Meantime, take a look at this graphic from the NWS:

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