01/03/2018 Special Announcement to TuscWeather.net Users and Followers

Later this afternoon (01/03/2018) TuscWeather.net will go into an automated mode for a couple of weeks. I recently experienced an ‘eye opening’ medical event that will require my attention for a while. Everything is okay for now, but this did bring some things to my attention that will require time for me to work out. I’ll concentrate on my health issues over the next week or two and hopefully get back to the point where I can again offer my time and energy to help keep all my neighbors and friends informed and safe.
There are many folks in our area who are far worse off than me, so please keep them in your prayers and good wishes. I’ll be back soon. Until then, be safe, prepare for the worst and as always, hope for the best.
Joe Ebner

7 thoughts on “01/03/2018 Special Announcement to TuscWeather.net Users and Followers”

  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you Joe! I was looking forward to the potential ‘blizzard’ forecast for this upcoming weekend. Regardless, thank you for all that you do.

  2. I am acquainted with the tribulations of this present world, Joe, and pray our Lord minister to you as you have need. May He grant those who attend to you much wisdom. Praying for a quick and complete recovery. Hang on to Him, He is all we have in these days of chaos.

  3. Keeping you in my prayers Joe. I look forward to your forecasts. come back when it’s safe for you

  4. Keeping you in our prayers, Joe. I rely so much on your forecasts. You do a great service for our county. Thank you!

  5. (Patricia) Anne Hall

    Joe: Please take care of yourself and YES…you will be greatly missed, but your health is the important issue. You do so much to keep everyone informed and safe and your website is the first site I look at each morning.

    However, I’m sure everyone will be happy to hear you are doing well and dealing with whatever you need to take care of and will be back online with all your weather knowledge soon.

    Keeping you in my prayers…..
    Come back when it’s safe for you to do so.

    Anne Hall

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