I love following the weather. Just think of all the history involving dramatic weather events.
Here are 5 Incredible Temperature Swings worth checking out.
This image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a view of the USS Hatteras as it fought and sank in 1863, depicted in a drawing by Civil War artist Francis H. Schell, above a 2012 high-resolution 3-D sonar image from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. A team of archaeologists and technicians spent two days in September 2012 mapping the wreckage of the USS Hatteras, the only U.S. Navy ship sunk in the Gulf of Mexico during Civil War combat. (AP Photo/NOAA, Northwest Hydro Inc., James Glaeser)
Read more: 3-D sonar provides new view of Civil War shipwreck from FoxNews.com
3D Sonar Map Reveals Details of Civil War Ship from Hydro International
State of the Art Sonar Map Reveals New Details of Sunken Civil War-era Warship from National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Sanctuary https://twitter.com/NOAA
As a fan of Wyatt Earp, I was thrilled to find out about the following Wyatt Earp program thanks to the Twitter feed from American Experience @AmExperiencePBS and I’m watching it now:
Note: It stops streaming this Friday, January 25th!
Not every presidential inauguration has gone off as smoothly as one might expect. Here’s some of the top inaugural gaffes throughout history.
Two separate stories of WWII love letters found to start off the new year: