Watching Next Week - 04/22/14

While it's only Tuesday... one day next week already has my attention.  We've gotten by with a pretty quiet severe weather season so far (not to mention a very quiet April, which is traditionally our busiest month for severe weather)  *knock on wood* but it looks like that could change early next week.

Sunday and Monday will signal the change of our quiet weather pattern with a deep trough moving into the central plains.  This will bring a chance of strong to severe thunderstorms to middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky.  It's still way too early to talk details, but it's got my attention.  Stay tuned later this week for more.

 

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SUPER BOWL TICKETS

PHOENIX (AP) -- A Super Bowl ticket for six bucks? Sounds impossible -- unless you have a time machine. Ticket prices for Super Bowl 1 started at just $6. The cheap seats didn't jump into the three figures until the 1988 Super Bowl. Face value for tickets to Sunday's big game range from $800 to $1,900. But forget about trying to get one at those prices. Resale tickets on the official NFL Ticket Exchange are now topping 14-grand apiece. But you can find some nosebleed seats for about 4-K.

SUPER BOWL-PRIVATE JETS

PHOENIX (AP) -- Getting to the Super Bowl will be half the fun -- for those who can afford it. Hundreds of private and luxury jets are expected at Phoenix-area airports by kickoff Sunday. The jet-setters will get VIP treatment. NetJets will have a lounge where customers can relax with free food, drinks, TV and Wi-Fi. They will also get a Super Bowl swag bag and admission to a party Saturday night with Lady Antebellum as the headliner. Officials at Phoenix's main airport say the private jets won't go to the head of the line. The officials note that commercial jet traffic will have priority.

WINTER WEATHER-NYC SNOW ANGELS

NEW YORK (AP) -- Bianca Hillier and Eloise Pollard are the Big Apple's snow angels. The pair took advantage of the snowstorm that shutdown New York City yesterday to make snow angels on a deserted Tenth Avenue at West 34th Street. Usually the streets would be full of traffic during the morning rush hour. Hillier calls it a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity." She's an Ohio University journalism student. Pollard is a recent university graduate from London.

SMITHSONIAN-LONDON

WASHINGTON (AP) -- You hear Smithsonian and you think Washington. But the Smithsonian Institution could be coming to London. Officials there are working with the Washington-based Smithsonian to create a new museum in London's Olympic park. It would feature exhibits from Smithsonian sites including the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of American History and National Museum of Natural History. The Olympic park cultural center is slated for a 2021 opening. It would be the first Smithsonian outpost outside of the U.S.

 
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