It's turning into a beautiful, cool day as dry air blows in behind a cold front. Expect a cold start to Valentine's Day but a spectacular, sunny finish! Even colder air arrives this weekend.
John C: Here's a throwback to 1982... and I member this very well. I was listening to a talk radio show in Vancouver, Canada and the guest was an electronics surveillance expert, for lack of a better words, in the RCMP. In Canada, the RCMP is everything wrapped into one... like the FBI, local police, CIA and on down the line. Don't joke about the RCMP because they are very competent! Anyway this guest was saying that at that time... "there was not an electronic conversation in the world that was not monitored in some way". That's pretty scary and he used examples of radio transmissions of a Russian pilot requesting clearance for take off and how they knew everything about the pilot, flight plan, etc. Then he laughed and talked about monitoring a Russian base commander on the Kamchatka peninsula as he talked with his mistress in Moscow. Years later the Russians found an undersea listening devise in one of their telecommunications cables. When the looked at it... Motorola. I used to dirt ride in California with a gentleman who was an electronics engineer and he told me that there wasn't a ship in the world over 60' in length that they could not track and identify... instantly. And that was in the mid 80's. So think about today's technology and how every keystroke of your computer that goes online is monitored and stored somewhere. I'd suggest that hacking into the DNC system is child's play!