Kenai Conversation: Live music comes to a crescendo this summer

Opportunities abound to see free live shows all summer long across the central Kenai Peninsula. And this year, that's even more so the case. The Sunrise Inn in Cooper Landing is hosting its first ever Sunrise Music Festival over Memorial Day weekend. Organizers Arden Rankins, David Well and Shelly Shank join us on the program today to talk about the festival's grassroot origins and what people can expect from its 20-band lineup.
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Here’s when you can expect rain as temperatures warm up around Metro Detroit

DETROIT – Rain moved in right on schedule Wednesday (May 18), and it will continue unabated until tonight. Temperatures overnight will remain nearly steady in the low-to-mid-50s (10 to 12 degrees Celsius – but cooler in the Thumb), with light east to southeast winds early tonight flipping around and blowing from the west later Wednesday.

Sunrise News Roundup (May 19, 2022)

Crews still working to contain raging fire near Campbell Industrial Park. Honolulu firefighters are still working to contain a raging fire that broke out near Campbell Industrial Park on Wednesday night. Man dead following shooting at illegal gambling room off Kapiolani Blvd. Updated: 3 hours ago. |. A man is...

Andrew Brunette Named Finalist for the 2021-22 Jack Adams Award

SUNRISE, Fla. - The National Hockey League announced today that Florida Panthers Interim Head Coach Andrew Brunette has been named a finalist for the 2021-22 Jack Adams Award, awarded annually "to the coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team's success." Brunette, 48, was named interim head coach...

Record heat continues. break expected this weekend

SAN ANTONIO - Record setting heat continues with a break expected by the coming weekend. Track the weather with our Interactive Radar CLICK HERE. We will likely equal or break another record high temperature this afternoon. The intense summer heat will send highs to near 100 this afternoon. Expect a breezy and humid afternoon as temperatures cool into the upper 80s by mid-evening. Clouds moving in by sunrise Thursday.

Rain chances are rising by the weekend, Temps stay steamy this week

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Showers have been few and far between. A much more unsettled weather pattern looks to arrive by the weekend. A stray shower is possible this evening, but most of the Gulf Coast will remain dry and warm. Temperatures will slowly cool falling into the 70s by 10 PM. Overnight lows will bottom out in the lower 70s with areas of patchy fog by sunrise Thursday.

Forecast: Mainly dry Thursday before stormy pattern arrives

We’ll start our Thursday with a warm, muggy, and mainly sunny morning. Sunrise temperatures will settle into the middle and lower 70s, climbing to the upper 80s and lower 90s by the afternoon. While most spots will avoid rain today there will be a few downpours and storms for our deep inland areas, especially those spots close to Lake Okeechobee during the later afternoon and early evening.

Air and Heat Services Company Weather Almanac

Yesterday’s high in Olive Branch was 91. Our overnight low has been 73. The record high for this date was 92 in 1998 and the record low was 44 in 1945. Rainfall recorded yesterday by midnight was 0.00 “. The total for the month was 1.60”. Year to date rainfall is 29.33 inches.

'Save the Chimps' Rescues the 'Sunrise Seven'

Fort Pierce - Thursday May 19, 2022: 'Save the Chimps' has announced the rescue of seven chimpanzees from the Wildlife Waystation in California. The chimps, known as the 'Sunrise Seven', are now in the process of being transported from California to their new home at the 'Save the Chimps' refuge on Carole Noon Lane in Fort Pierce. Some of them have a history of being used for biomedical research, others have been used for entertainment purposes.