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Seasonal allergies could be affecting your pets

The weather in some parts of the country is not helping people with allergies, and your pets could also be feeling the effects of the high pollen (and other allergens) count. 

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Pets are often sniffling grass, other pets and the ground. They are also much closer to where the allergens can sit, so they could be more exposed to more allergens, such as pollen. 

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Just like humans, dogs and cats can sneeze, get watery eyes and runny noses. Allergies can make these symptoms worse. According to the Humane Society, dogs often express pollen allergy symptoms by itching. The pollen gets on their fur, makes its way down to their skin and irritates it. 

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Here are some ways to help your pet cope with seasonal allergies:

  • Consult your veterinarian to make sure the irritation on the skin is not something worse. Your veterinarian can prescribe allergy medicine if needed. 
  • Try to limit activities outdoors, especially in the morning, when pollen levels are the highest.
  • After a walk, wash or wipe your pet's face and paws a wet towel. Just like in humans, the pollen can be washed out. 
  • When you bathe your pets, use warm water when applying shampoo and cool water to wash it off. Cold water helps with the itching. 

NASA Warns a Solar Storm is On Track to Hit Earth

NASA Warns a Solar Storm is On Track to Hit Earth

Tsunami warning sent from Texas to New York was a test, NWS says

People along the East and Gulf coasts took to social media Tuesday morning after a test tsunami warning was apparently confused for the real thing, prompting at least one company to send alerts to residents from Texas to New York City.

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The National Weather Service’s National Tsunami Warning Center sent out a monthly tsunami warning test around 8:30 a.m., according to officials.

“We have been notified that some users received this test messages as an actual tsunami warning,” officials with the NWS regional office in Caribou, Maine, said on Twitter. “A tsunami warning is not in effect. Repeat, a tsunami warning is not in effect.”

What You Need to Know: Tsunamis

What You Need to Know: Tsunamis

Must see: Europeans battle deadly winds in Germany, Netherlands

At least eight people have died after deadly winds blew through Europe.

Two firefighters are among the victims of the hurricane-strength winds that damaged buildings and tore trees from the ground, the BBC reported.

Travel was delayed due to the storm.

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Germany’s Deutsche Bahn stopped running trains on Thursday, but restarted long-distance runs on Friday, according to media reports.

The storm is being considered one of the strongest storms to hit the country in 11 years, CNN reported.

Amsterdam’s air traffic was shut down after two of three terminals were closed when roof plates were blown off the building, CNN reported.

In other parts of Europe, users posted photos of damage to social media. 

Police use Facebook to help man get off work during icy weather

Police in Texas used social media to offer a helping hand to a man who was trying to get off work as roads across the region began to ice over earlier this week.

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Police posted a warning on their Facebook page at 6:37 a.m. Tuesday telling citizens that all city offices would be closed. They urged area residents to stay inside and do their best to keep warm.

One man needed more help and turned to the Seguin Police Department. Justin Garcia, who is listed on Facebook as a resident of San Marcos, asked police for a note for work.

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Deputy Chief Bruce Ure delivered:

“Dear Justin’s Boss,” Ure wrote, “The roads are bad and are going to get worse. Much worse. Please let him stay home, warm and safe and enjoy some Hulu or some cool shows on Netflix. And, he needs a raise. He rocks. Respectfully ~ Deputy Chief Ure.”

Garcia left a comment on the police Facebook page the next day, saying he had gotten the day off. 

Super blue blood moon eclipse: What you need to know

super blue blood moon? Yes!

It is happening on the last day of this month. A blue moon typically gets its name when it occurs as the second of two full moons in one calendar month.

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But something very special will happen to the moon on this date. The full moon will pass through the Earth’s shadow during the early morning of Jan. 31 to give us a total lunar eclipse. During the time of the total eclipse, the moon will appear reddish in color, which is where it gets to be called a “blood moon.” Totality, when the moon will be entirely inside the Earth’s dark umbral shadow, will last a bit more than 1 1/4 hours.

The Jan. 31 full moon is also the third in a series of three straight full moon supermoons – that is, super-close full moons. It’s the first of two blue moons in 2018. So it’s not just a lunar eclipse, or a blue moon, or a supermoon. It’s all three – a super blue moon eclipse.

Is it the first blue moon total eclipse in 150 years in America.

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The eclipse will get underway at 6:48 a.m. EST/3:48 a.m. PST Jan. 31. You’ll have to be up high with a good view of the western horizon to see the eclipse when it is total, as the moon will be setting as the eclipse reaches totality.

Those in the western United States will be able to view the full eclipse. But don’t let the setting moon stop you from getting to see a good part of the eclipse. It still should be a neat sight early in the morning if skies are clear and it is not too cold.

– Eric Elwell is WHIO-TV's chief meteorologist. Contact him at or follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Another meteor? Reports come in of bright flash across Ohio, Indiana night sky

Another meteor may have lit up the sky late Wednesday.

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Several reports have come into WHIO-TV's newsroom of a bright flash that shot across the sky just before midnight Thursday. People from Englewood, Ohio; Marysville, Ohio; and Randolph County, Indiana, have said they saw the bright flash, with some saying it was bright blue or blue-green.

>> WATCH: Meteor spotted in Ohio, Michigan, Canada

The American Meteor Society received several reports of a meteor in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Kentucky.

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A meteor also was spotted in Ohio, Michigan and Canada late Tuesday.

Georgia sheriff: I don't care if you're from Wisconsin or need beer, stay home

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office was back at it again with the jokes (and insults) as Georgia woke up to a messy wintry mix Wednesday, prompting schools, businesses and nearly three-fourths of the state’s roadways to close.

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State government offices are remaining closed for non-essential personnel Thursday across the 83 counties affected by winter weather, Gov. Nathan Deal said.

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Although the weather’s no joke, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office brought some humor to its Facebook page on what many found to be a frustrating snow day.

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“I know you need cigarettes, beer and wine to get you through having your kids at home. Can you just do without for a day? Stay home,” one post read.

In another post, the office noted the multiple morning crashes due to the inclement weather. “Body shops and wrecker companies just love y’all.”

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While most readers lauded the sheriff’s office for its jokes, some found the announcements to be disrespectful.

“Government entity at its finest. Oconee, be respectful! We all feel what you are saying, however, some of the things you are saying are offense considering you are a government office and serving the public (those stupid beer and cigarette runners). Thank you!” commenter Wendi Turpen Hood wrote.

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Another commenter, Nikki Giamarino, noted some serious implications of bad weather.

“My employer called off work. But what about people who’s employer didn’t? What about single parents who cannot afford to lose their jobs due to absence? I wish the world was a kinder place,” she wrote.

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This isn’t the first time the Oconee Sheriff’s Office has garnered attention for its humor.

Following Georgia’s win against Auburn last month, the office wrote, “Show proof you graduated from Auburn and we will discount your speeding tickets by 5 miles per hour,” the post said. “Y'all have had enough of a beating today.”

In August, before the total solar eclipse, Oconee Sheriff Scott Berry warned residents to prepare for the end of the world. “It’s very likely this is the end of life on this planet as we know it,” he wrote.

Wednesday Closings and Delays

Icy conditions on the road remain a factor this morning when traveling, so a lot of school and businesses are starting with a two hour delay. Here’s the current list of closings and delays:

Alamo Colleges

The Alamo Colleges District will open at normal time on Wednesday.

Alamo Heights ISD

All AHISD Schools and Offices will be open today with the exception of Howard Early Childhood Center. The heating system for most of Howard went out yesterday evening. Our staff has worked tirelessly through the night to repair it.

Bandera ISD will have a two-hour delay tomorrow, Jan. 17, with classes beginning at noon. Buses will pick students up two hours later than normal.

Blanco ISD classes will be delayed 2 hours on Wednesday.

Boerne ISD will delay start times 2 hours Wednesday morning. Out of an abundance of caution for our students and staff - including those in outlying hill country areas - this decision is consistent with what is known currently about projected weather and road conditions. Safety is our top priority. Please drive safely on your way to school Wednesday. Elementary start: 9:45 a.m. Middle and High School start: 10:50 a.m.

Brackett ISD will be on a delay. Click HERE for the details.

Comal ISD schools will run on a two-hour delay. Elementary school classes will begin at 9:4 a.m. Middle school classes will begin at 10:45 a.m. Buses will pick up students two hours later than normal. All morning Pre-K and PPCD classes will be cancelled. Afternoon classes will run on regular schedule. Tuition-based, full-day Pre-K will also follow the two-hour delay schedule.

Concordia Lutheran School

CLS will return to normal school hours on Wednesday and the Child Care Center will also be open.

Cuero ISD will start school at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 17. If school is canceled, parents will receive an automated call, email, and posting on the district's Facebook page by 8 a.m.

D'Hanis ISD will be open on Wednesday, but classes will start two hours late.

EPISD will be open Wednesday but will have a delayed entry. Click HERE for more info.

ECISD will return to normal class schedules on Jan. 17 and all offices will be open.

EISD will be open and classes will resume at normal time on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Floresville ISD will delay school 2 hours on Wednesday. Head to the FISD website for more details.

FSHISD will return to normal hours of operation Jan. 17 and classes will resume as normal. If there are any changes, announcements will be made at

GWISD will start school at 10 a.m. on Wednesday and will end at 3:30 p.m. Buses will run on a two-hour delay.

Goliad ISD

As a precautionary measure due to weather conditions, Goliad ISD will have a late start Wednesday, January 17. Classes will begin at 10:00 am.

Buses will depart 2 hours later than normal for their morning routes.

Gonzales ISD

GISD will be CLOSED on Wednesday. For more information, click here.

Harlandale ISD

HISD will be open Wednesday and classes will resume at normal time.

Harmony Public Schools and offices will open at normal time on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Hondo ISD will resume classes on Wednesday, but will be delayed by two hours. Buses will also run on a two-hour delay.

Jourdanton ISD

JISD will start school at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. Buses will also run with a two-hour delay.

Jubilee Academies Charter District

JACD will resume classes Wednesday at 10 a.m.

Judson ISD schools and offices will be open on Wednesday, Jan. 17 and will follow regular schedule.

Karnes City I.S.D. has cancelled school and all activities for all staff and students on Tuesday, January 16th due to predicted weather conditions.

Classes have been cancelled for students also on Wednesday, January 17th. Staff will report on Wednesday from 8:30 am.

KIPP San Antonio Public Schools will be open Wednesday. For more info, head to its website or Facebook page. 

La Vernia ISD

LVISD offices and schools will be open at normal start time on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Buses will run as normal as well.

Leakey ISD

School will start at 10 a.m. and buses will run two hours later than normal on Wednesday.

Luling ISD will be open but on a two-hour delay on Wednesday. Buses will also run two hours later than normal.

Marion ISD

Classes and buses will run on a two-hour delayed schedule.

Medina ISD

MISD classes will start later than normal on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Classes will begin at 10 a.m. and buses will run 2 hours and 20 minutes later than normal.

Medina Valley ISD

MVISD classes and buses will have a two-hour delay Wednesday.

Montessori School International

MSI will open at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Navarro ISD

Navarro ISD classes, buses offices will have a two-hour delay on Wednesday.

New Braunfels ISD

NBISD will return to normal operations on Wednesday. Athletic acitivities that have not already been canceled will be held.

Nixon-Smiley CISD

NSCISD will NOT have school on Wednesday, Jan. 17 due to the weather. This includes the DAEP campus. However, all staff will need to report to their campuses at noon. All athletic games will continue as normal.

Northeast ISD

NEISD will hold classes at NORMAL time Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Northside ISD

NISD will return to normal class time tomorrow. Any changes will be announced via its website and social media pages.

Our Lady of the Lake University

The OLLU San Antonio campus will open at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Morning classes are cancelled. Offices will open at noon and afternoon classes will run on a regular schedule. 


PISD will delay school 2 hours on Wednesday. All bus routes will also run two hours later than normal. Click here for more info.

Poth ISD

PISD will have a two-hour delay on Wednesday. There will be no breakfast served, but lunch will be served at the normal time. Staff will need to report to their campuses at 9:30 a.m.

Pre-K 4 SA

All Pre-K 4 SA locations will be open at regular hours Wednesday.

Providence Catholic School

PCS classes will still be on for Wednesday, Jan. 17 but will be delayed until 10 a.m.

Rocksprings ISD

RISD will be on a two-hour delay tomorrow. For more info, click here for the district website.

Sabinal ISD will resume classes Wednesday, Jan. 17, but will be on a 2-hour delay with classes starting at 9:45 a.m.

San Antonio ISD

SAISD will return to normal class time tomorrow. If anything changes, announcements will be made before 6 a.m.

San Felipe Del Rio CISD

Schools and administrative offices will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 16. The plan is to resume regularly scheduled classes on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

San Marcos Academy

SMA will be open two hours later than normal on Wednesday.

Saint Mary's Hall will hold classes starting at noon on Wednesday. Head to their website for more info.

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD

SCUCISD will return to normal school plans tomorrow, Jan. 17. Staff will be out at 4:30 a.m. to inspect the roads and if anything changes, an announcement will be made by 5 a.m. and posted to the district's website and social media pages.

Seguin ISD offices and schools will be CLOSED on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Students will not need to make up the day.

Shiner ISD

Classes will start at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Buses will run two hours later than normal and staff will need to report to campuses at 9:30 a.m.

Somerset ISD will resume classes at normal time Wednesday.

Southside ISD

SISD will be open Wednesday and classes will resume at normal times on Wednesday.

Southwest ISD

Southwest ISD will return to normal class time Wednesday.

Southwest Prep

Southwest Prep in San Antonio will be open at normal time on Wednesday, however, SWPS in Seguin will be closed due to the weather.

South San ISD

SSISD schools and offices will be open Wednesday with normal start times.

Stockdale ISD

Stockdale ISD will have a two hours delay Wednesday, Jan. 17 due to the inclement weather. Follow the district's website for more info.

St. Mary's University

StMU Weather Alert: Campus will open for normal operations at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 17, because of the possibility of icy roads in the morning. Classes will resume at 11:20 a.m. 

Texas A&M University

All classes will return to normal operations Wednesday morning.


Trinity University: will delay the start of classes and opening of offices on Wednesday. The campus will open at 11 a.m. Mabee Hall and Coates University Center will open and resume normal food service from 8 a.m. to 8


UIW: Weather Alert: Icy conditions continue in our area. Temperatures are expected to remain below freezing into the morning. All SA UIW locations & clinics will delay the start of the day on Weds. Jan 17 for all students & employees until noon. 

UT Austin: The university expects to proceed with normal operations tomorrow, but the Campus Safety and Security Office asks that you carefully assess your route and road conditions before coming to campus. 


UTSA: All UTSA campuses will delay opening until noon on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Classes resume at that time. Use caution when determining whether to drive since road conditions may vary across the region. Safety first. 



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