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Nine Months Until The End Of The World? [VIDEO]

Yesterday morning at 1:14am, winter officially ended making today, March 21st, the first full day of spring. According to many ancient civilizations, the world will come to an end in just nine months.

If you watch a lot of Discovery Channel and NatGeo, you've probably seen the documentaries about the different types of events that would forever change life as we know it, including the possibility of planetary extinction.

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What happened to our snow?

Aside from a storm which dumped 6-10” throughout Mid-Michigan on Nov. 30, Flint residents have barely needed to use their snow brushes so far this winter.

Meteorologists have gone as far as calling it a “snow drought,” noting that some parts of the state are 10, 20, even more than 30 inches behind what would be a normal winter of snow through early January.

But that’s not the only interesting weather trend we’ve seen lately. Click through to read more…

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Flickr - Soren Hugger Moller
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Winter Prediction From National Weather Service

We all know that the weather is unpredictable, but the National Weather Service is the best hope we have for an accurate winter forecast. According to a "Winter Outlook"  posted yesterday by the NWS, here's what to expect this winter:

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First Snow Of Season Brings Driving Hazards & Possible School Closings

The weather forecast is calling for up to 4 inches of wet, slippery snow overnight, with wind gusts up to 30 mph moving it around. While 4 inches of snow isn't really a big deal to most Michigan natives, the first snow of the season always brings it's fair share of problems to those who are unprepared. If there are schools closed, you can find details on our web page. A few tips to make you ready to deal with winter driving are up after the jump.

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Upper U.S. Could Face Brutal Winter

Brace yourself if you thought last winter was brutal, this year is suppose to be equally as fun. The upper U.S. will get the brunt of the winter weather, especially when it comes to cold temps. That's just great.

Read more after the jump.

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Strong Storm Knocks Out Power For 5,000

The strong thunderstorm that passed through Genesee County yesterday afternoon knocked out power  and brought down tree in some areas.More than 5,000 people, mostly in the Fenton area, lost power.

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Tips To Stay Cool in The Heat

The temperatures in Mid-Michigan will be well into the 90s this week.  Heat waves are dangerous for everyone but especially the elderly and children.

Some of us don't have air conditioned homes, and staying cool on hot summer days may be difficult.  We've put together some tips to stay cool after the jump.

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Security Video Shows A Man Getting Struck By Lightening Twice [VIDEO]

The chances of being struck by lightning are 1 in 700,000, but the chances of being struck by lightning twice are unmeasurable, so the story your about to read  and watch could be fake. A surveillance camera caught a very unlucky or lucky  man who gets struck by lightening ; twice. Read more and see the video for yourself after the jump.

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Time To Dig Out From “Snowmageddon”

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Sunny skies are making the task of digging out from one of the biggest snowstorms on record a little more tolerable.

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Amateur Scientists Test The Effects of the Bitter Cold on a Bubble

With record cold temperatures gripping much of the country this week, it's safe to say most folks are spending their time indoors.  But the chill didn't stop these intrepid amateur scientists on YouTube, who took advantage of the frigid cold test the effects of the bitter cold on a soap bubble. The result?  It's pretty cool. Check out the video after the jump:

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Do Dogs Have A Sixth Sense? I Think Mine Do

Lassie could always sense when Timmy was in trouble.  Benji could always tell when there was trouble. 

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(Photo by Jeff Swensen,Getty Images)
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Punxsutawney Phil Has Competition In The Very Large Form of Willard Scott

Ok..Whether you believe in the whole Groundhog thing or not, it makes for lots of  TV coverage Feb 2nd.

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