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Weather in the World : 19 degrees in Boston  with snow. Fayetteville New York near Syracuse they have 11 degrees and snow. And a hazardous weather warning... heavy snow... blowing snow and dangerously cold wind chills. With the Wind chills... it will feel like minus 25 degrees. Toronto has 3 degrees and snow. Minus 15 in Montreal.  They call it Paradise Beach in Manitoba Canada but it is 34 degrees below zero…

80 Degrees in Crown Bay St. Thomas.  Under clear skies. Here with the wind chill that 78 degrees feels like 78 degrees
75% humidity
Barometric pressure is 30.02 inches
Wind is from East at 22 MPH gusting to 25
No  rain in the last 24 hours. 

National Weather Service is saying: Partly cloudy. High 78F. Winds E at 15 to 25 mph.
A generally fair and mainly stable weather pattern will continue to prevail across the Virgin Islands for the next few days. The trade winds will bring isolated to scattered fast-moving showers from time to time. Mariners can expect trade winds as high as 21 knots (24 miles per hour) with occasionally higher gusts in some places and seas to seven feet. Small Craft Advisories remain in effect due to fresh Trade winds.

Cruise Ship News Eurodam is at Austin Monsanto Marine Terminal:

At the top of the news on  !!AIR – January 2 Thursday

Happy New Year – Second Day. Back to normal – more or less.  St. Thomas is open again.
Jouvert in Frederiksted was one for the record books, picture perfect morning, lots of bands and thrngs of people –some still going from New Year’s parties, some who got up early for the revelry. UMB Soldier's got the crowd jumping with "Don't Stop Wukkin." Fusion Band's "Hands Up" got the crowd to raise their hands and dance. Norma's Domino Club had a "muddy road" theme. With three ladies handing out cups of colored mud with folks smearing each other with bright splashes of color. Lots of super soakers to wet-down the crowd and even a fire hose to cool things off.

What do you wear to a New Year’s J’ouvert? – Well,  ANYTHING – pajamas, shorts, carnival costumes, beer can costumes, balloons.  One man came dressed in a woman’s wig, a bra, boxer shorts and cowboy boots. Some wore bright colored tights, tops, shorts and leggings. Some wore superhero costumes and others looked like Winnie-the-Pooh. One group wore matching T-Shirts that said “Got Bread” and some wore nearly nothing – all manner of dress. 

The shucked and jived, wukked and danced in the streets and when it all came to a halt… in Frederiksted town…. the people dissipated… the clean-up crews came out and within hours, Frederiksted was back to being a quiet little town. Oh, and no violence in the J’Ouvert parade.  While there was a shooting overnight in the village, J’Ouvert, itself, came off without any violence.

Cruzan Christmas Carnival continues today at noon the Food Fair begins at the McBean Clock Tower. This year’s food fair is called "Gloria Joseph Food Arts and Crafts Fair."  Thursday is Latin night at 8:00 PM in the village. Also Thursday at 8:00 PM at Island Center they have the Calypso Monarch Finals. The children's parade is on Friday January 3 at 10am. The adult parade Sat January 4 at 10:00 AM on Sunday January 5 there is the Talent competition at the Palms at Pelican Cove and Carnival Fireworks late on January 5th

Never underestimate the power of alcohol to make a mess of your day.  A boat full of party revelers were coming back to St. Thomas from Jost Van Dyke’s New Year’s party when they hit the rocks at Water Point on the east end of St. Thomas.  Three passengers were injured and the boat is a mess.  No drinking and driving - a boat.

The St. John Passport Office will be closed on Thursday, January 2, 2014. 

Let us clarify the scheduled for this week and next. Governor John DeJongh signed a proclamation issuing administrative leave to government employees
•       Thursday January 2 St Croix has Administrative leave all day
•       Friday January 3 the gov has issues Administrative leave 8 am – 5 pm- - territory-wide
•       Monday January 6, is a  Legal Holiday

Registration for 2014 Spring semester day and evening classes at the Raphael O. Wheatley Skill Center will begin Tuesday, January 7, 2014. They have Cosmetology, Computer Applications, Carpentry and Auto body-Mechanic Repair. And the Computer Applications and Cosmetology classes are in the evening too. Tuition is $250.00 per semester plus Textbooks and supplies. The registration fee which includes ID, insurance and a school patch – just $35.00.  Contact the Wheatley Skill Center programs,  774-6277.

Our good news makers of the day are the two new babies who were first on each island. On St. Thomas the first baby of the new year was Olivia May McPartland weighing in at 8 pounds 5 ounces and arriving at 11:51 AM.  On St Croix the new baby was a preemie – arriving at 2:44 AM was Amaia Aurora Cabrera who got a pile of gifts from the hospital staff.

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