Thursday, January 7, 2010

How's the Weather? "Snowed-In Brits boost adultery website"

A Google News search for the keywords 'snow, cold' kicked back these results:

First more snow, then more cold.

The Twin Cities is expected to get its first real snow of the new year, with a forecast of one to two inches of accumulation tonight and ...

Winter weather advisory issued; snow, bitter cold forecast

Baxter Bulletin - ‎Jan 6, 2010‎
Tonight an Arctic cold front will bring a wide variety of winter weather to the state with temperatures cold enough for snow in the north and a period of ...
Cold, snow in week's forecast Paragould Daily Press
Denver Post - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Forecast: Consistent cold continues, minor snow accumulations possible ...

Washington Post - ‎21 hours ago‎
Chance of snow late. The cold weather hasn't been too extreme -- temperatures have yet to dip into the single digits this winter, even in the suburbs. ...

Dozens of Alabama schools close with cold, snow threat

WHNT - ‎17 hours ago‎
Numerous city and county school systems have announced they will shut down Thursday, Friday or both because of the possibility of snow and dangerously cold ...
Snow forecast for Alabama Pensacola News Journal
From Reuters:

Britons snowed in by the wintry weather have been flocking to an extra-marital dating site in the last 24 hours.

Oddly Enough, which provides a platform for married people to conduct affairs, said on Wednesday it has seen an unexpected increase in visitors over the past 24 hours, and received a record number of new profiles on Wednesday morning.

The website said most new members are registering from areas worst hit by this week's extreme weather, including Hampshire, Berkshire, and the West Country, and the site has taken on several temporary staff members to cope with the rush.

"In light of these figures, I'd be interested to see how much work those 'working from home' have actually done," spokeswoman Sara Hartley said in a statement....