Sarah Brookbank Cincinnati Enquirer Published 11:40 AM EDT Jul 18, 2019 There is an excessive heat warning is in place for all of Greater Cincinnati, meaning the heat and humidity will be oppressive and possibly dangerous. The warning is in effect from 2 p.m. Thursday to 8 p.m. Saturday. Heat index values will be around 100 Thursday and near or above 105 Friday and Saturday due to temperatures in the mid-90s, and dewpoints in the mid-70s. The National Weather Service said very little relief is expected during the night because low temperatures will still be in the middle and upper 70s. Excessive heat warning: Scorching heat wave starts today Editor's note: This story has been made free to read on our site. Please consider a subscription to get complete access to our site. Heatstroke, heat exhaustion and other heat-related illnesses will be possible, especially if you spend a significant amount of time outdoors, or are involved in any strenuous … [Read more...] about It’s hot in Cincinnati. Here’s how to stay safe and cool off
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Anquenette McDonald was the first to receive one of 50 window air conditioners donated by Ameren Missouri to the Samaritan Center on Friday.The home McDonald rents on Maple Street sustained some damage during the May 22 tornado that raked through part of Jefferson City.Windows were broken.The central air conditioner was ruined.McDonald’s landlord was able to make quick repairs so McDonald, her granddaughter and grandson could continue to live there safely, but air conditioning remains unavailable.So she reached out to Samaritan Center, which serves as a food pantry and offers seasonal clothing, blankets and household items for members of the community. It provides free medical and dental services for people without Medicaid or other insurance.Staff at the center let her know the appliances were arriving Friday morning.“My granddaughter has asthma and allergies,” McDonald said. “It’s a blessing that will help my granddaughter.”The air conditioners are … [Read more...] about Ameren, Samaritan Center begin annual air conditioner giveaway
The tiny clapboard house on Lillian Street is bustling with visitors on a balmy winter afternoon. Nearly a dozen rowdy children are playing tag in the backyard, their carefree laughter in stark contrast to the forlorn faces of older guests quietly conversing on the porch. Ominous clouds loom in a dark gray sky, creating a bleak backdrop for the occasion. Bo Tuders sips coffee from a plastic travel mug as he tends to hamburgers and bratwursts sizzling on the grill. In a daze, he watches the giggling children duck behind several rickety vehicles parked in the grass. A cherry-red Bonneville convertible in need of attention, a rusty Ford pickup truck and an old pontoon boat line the perimeter of the property, along with a brown conversion van with a sticker spanning the top of the windshield that reads “Team Tabitha.” The latter is a reminder that today is not a celebration, a point reiterated by the buttons some of the guests are wearing. The laminated circular pins show a … [Read more...] about Tabitha Tuders
Super Blood Wolf Moon, Total Solar Eclipse" When is it? January 20th @ 11:12pm CST "Most people don't see and experience the most exciting astronomical events not because they don't care, but because they don't make a plan. So here's some advance warning. 2019 will start with a rare 'Super Blood Wolf Moon' eclipse, but it's only the first of many incredible stargazing events in 2019. From eclipses and comets to supermoons and a Transit of Mercury, here's exactly when, where and why to look up at the night sky during 2019. What a way to start a year of spectacular celestial sights. With Earth between the Sun and Moon, our satellite in its 'full' phase will turn a gorgeous red-orange-copper color for an hour or so during this Total Lunar Eclipse. Totality is at 9:12 p.m. PST on January 20 and 00:12 a.m. EST on January 21 from North America, but do look for the change from partial eclipse to total eclipse over the preceding hour or so. The event goes into reverse afterward. … [Read more...] about Another Thaw Coming
Food & Drink Home & Living Money Parenting Relationships Style & Beauty Travel Wellness Work/Life Finds MORE FROM HUFFPOST News Politics Entertainment Communities Opinion HuffPost Personal Videos ©2018 Oath Inc. All rights reserved. HuffPost News Buying A House Has Hidden Costs. Here Are 11 Big Ones. Money Your mortgage payment is only the beginning. By Geoff Williams 10/01/2018 03:09pm ET It can be creepy the first night you’ve moved into a new house: You’re in unfamiliar surroundings, and who knows what might be lurking in the shadows? Relax ― they’re probably unpacked boxes. What should really unnerve you are all the hidden costs that come with buying a house. For the unsuspecting homebuyer, that’s what can be truly frightening, because the costs aren’t just negotiated during the buying process. They keep coming long after you’ve moved in. So after you figure out … [Read more...] about Buying A House Has Hidden Costs. Here Are 11 Big Ones.