The Omni Hotel is a welcomed bright spot to Downtown Dallas. Their LED light display’s are always on point. According to the weather forecast, this week is going to be a cold one. Some places around DFW, temps will drop to around 12 degrees tonight. Sadly, it’s going to be like this all week long. However, there is a bright spot. the Omni’s display today just says “Brrrrrrr.”Awesome!
(Photo by Daniel DeSlover/imageSPACE) In a world where these two songs should never be played together, somehow it works. Thanks to DJ Cummerbund and his precious gift to music…Jereloose. It’s a combination of Pearl Jam’s “Jeremy” and Kenny Loggins’ “Footloose.” Somehow, he managed to make the saddest song on Earth happy! VIDEOWeird. So, so weird.
Alligators frozen in ice, intentionally with their snouts in the air. This video comes out of an alligator park in North Carolina. They had a major cold snap in North Carolina and alligators are cold-blooded animals. They go into a hibernation mode during winter weather, but they don’t leave the water. It’s natural for them to hide under the ice with their snouts out of the water. Ice forms over top of them, but they’re able to breathe. It’s natural and very strange to see.
WELLLLLL... so much for that. Winter Weather Advisory canceled for DFW. We're only seeing selected snowflakes around here. Winter Storm Warning still going in Ellis and Kaufman Counties til noon. #muchadoaboutnothing
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