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In­ter­ested in learn­ing more about win­ter storms? The Na­tional Weather Ser­vice is fore­cast hold­ing toa train­ing con­tinue through this week class in El­li­cott City this month where weather spot­ters can learn how snow­stormsover the de­velop east­ern and parts of the Caroli­nas how to prop­erly mea­sure snow­fall. The event will be held 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.in the Oct. wake24 at of the Hurricane Matthew. It Roger Carter Com­mu­nity Cen­ter. To sign up, go to howard­sky­warn­win­ter.eventbrite.com.may take a cou­ple of weeks for most At­ten­dees should have al­ready com­pleted the weather ser­vice’s Sky­warn Basics class. rivers in the area to fall be­low flood

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Your ex­trav­a­gance is show­ing. Use your en­thu­si­asm to travel some­where worth­while. You may be more rest­less than usual and won’t lack the ini­tia­tive to make your mark in the busi­ness world.

Be slow to crit­i­cize and quick to of­fer a help­ing hand. Your rel­a­tives or an ad­vi­sor might push you to take a risk that you know is too dan­ger­ous. You can go shop­ping and find some­thing stun­ning to wear.

If you stick to logic and avoid wor­ry­ing about what oth­ers think, you won’t have any prob­lem strik­ing a com­fort­able com­pro­mise. Group meet­ings or ac­tiv­i­ties teach you about the true value of re­la­tion­ships.

Meet a mas­ter­ful men­tor and make mean­ing­ful mem­o­ries. You will find that the peo­ple you min­gle with are friendly and will­ing to help you. Ac­cept in­vi­ta­tions as this is a good time to ex­pand your sphere of in­flu­ence.

Do more than is ex­pected. While ev­ery­one else is gath­ered around the wa­ter cooler or wast­ing time, you can com­plete tasks and as­sign­ments. Ex­ceed ex­pec­ta­tions or earn brownie points by put­ting in an ex­tra ef­fort.

Tak­ing things for granted can grate on some­one’s nerves. You may ex­pect too much from your loved ones or from your co-work­ers. You may also ex­pect that the money in the bank will pay for ev­ery­thing you want.

Re­main con­tent with what you have. You don’t need to com­pete with any­one or go over­board to im­press some­one. Charm oth­ers by agree­ing with their ideas and you will find it easy to ac­cept an op­por­tu­nity to so­cial­ize. Some­one may think you are what you pre­tend to be. There is a ten­dency to be­lieve that wishes can come true. Rather than dwelling in a fog of wish­ful think­ing, take steps to en­sure that you sep­a­rate fact from fan­tasies.

Less is more. What seems like a good idea at the mo­ment might not be wise when you re­view your ac­tions in the fu­ture. If you buy in bulk you may end up with some­thing that goes stale in your pantry.

Get out a big spoon for your serv­ing of hum­ble pie. You could be over­con­fi­dent, which re­sults in re­ceiv­ing a re­minder that only the meek shall in­herit the earth. Fo­cus on be­ing more pa­tient and thought­ful.

In­tu­itive­ness some­times trumps in­tel­li­gence. Some­one in au­thor­ity might seem to be wear­ing blin­ders and is only able to see the facts. A few words of encouragement and a friendly at­ti­tude will solve mis­com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

It is wise to have wig­gle room. You may need to re­vise de­ci­sions in the fu­ture so you shouldn’t be too picky about the de­tails. You are in­spired by oth­ers to do great things and may meet those who sup­port your aims. Dur­ing the up­com­ing six to eight weeks your lucky stars are shin­ing. Any­one who has your best in­ter­ests at heart will grow closer, but those who are in­sin­cere will fade to the back­ground. If a per­son is the gen­uine ar­ti­cle you can safely make a ro­man­tic com­mit­ment. This is an ex­cel­lent time to make cru­cial de­ci­sions and ma­jor changes. You may have stars in your eyes in De­cem­ber and they may blind you to the facts even as they in­spire you to reach higher. If you meet a new hookup you must re­strain your im­pulses be­cause you are in love with the idea of be­ing in love. Jan­uary is a good time to make key de­ci­sions that af­fect your fi­nances, in­vest­ments and ca­reer.

By Alex Sos­nowski, Ac­cuWeather se­nior me­te­o­rol­o­gist One area of high pres­sure will be lo­ca­tions around the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay re­placed by another high pres­sure will not get cold enough for frost this area as the week pro­gresses. The week. A weak front is fore­cast to cross chill­i­est air mass will con­tinue to the area on Thurs­day with patchy af­fect the re­gion into Tues­day. Some clouds. Tem­per­a­tures will take a slight of the tra­di­tional early-sea­son chilly dip on Fri­day, fol­low­ing a warm­ing spots will start the day with frost on trend dur­ing the mid­dle of the week. Tues­day. How­ever, the ma­jor­ity of Mean­while, ma­jor river flood­ing is

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