Stan Blazyk

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Stan Blazyk is a life-long weather enthusiast, long-time Galveston resident and author of "A Century of Galveston Weather." He has written about weather for The Daily News for more than a decade.

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Stan Blazyk

Definitely....no sense risking sunstroke :)

Stan Blazyk

We were incredibly lucky. Lets hope for some luck this year

Stan Blazyk

Chances of most of the area getting at least an inch or more from Thursday through Sunday (with heaviest rains Thursday night and late Saturday into Sunday) as the upper-low and trough will take its time moving east.

Stan Blazyk

Thanks for your comments, which means much to me coming from a retired aviator!

Stan Blazyk

Stan Blazyk commented on Spring in the air, but for how long?

I agree. We never want to go into summer too warm and/or too dry!

Stan Blazyk

I know that plants you couldn't grow here 50-60 years ago are now thriving. In the 10 years 2011 through 2020, we had 5 years with no freezing temperatures on the Island. The average number of days per year with 90 degrees or higher was 76.4 days. By contrast, the 10 years from 1951 throu…

Stan Blazyk

No. RIP is the debt collector, except they are not predatory. The funds are purchase the delinquent debt, which they then forgive .they forgive rather than harass the ill and try to squeeze enough out of them with threats and intimidation to make a profit on their purchase..

Stan Blazyk

See Mr. Jones comment below. He hits the nail on the head.

Stan Blazyk

Yes. It consist of debt packages sold on the open market. RIP bids for these along with the for profit debt collectors. Perfect description of the process.