7 Design-Forward Properties on Airbnb That Make for the Perfect Labor Day Weekend Getaway
In 2018, the homeowners, a Dutch-Canadian family, enlisted the husband-and-wife duo behind Group AU to completely reimagine the three-bedroom home nestled within a highly wooded lot in the Berkshires. Get it now! Appropriately named the Cliff House, this Mid-Century-inspired bungalow is built right into a red rock wall of a canyon alcove in Cortez, Colorado. Get it now! A cabin that’s equal parts rustic and polished, the post and beam converted barn is arranged in a traditional saltbox configuration that’s completely devoid of nails (only joinery), which explains the impressive scale of the rugged rough-hewn timber posts.news.yahoo.com
Are you ready? Here’s when cooler weather arrives
Get ready for a real feel of Autumn on Oct. 1 as Jacksonville sees a cool down coming next week. Warm temperatures in the upper 80s will end September this weekend followed by a series of cold fronts dropping through North Florida next week. They bring us a pattern of cooler than normal temperatures for the start of October while the coldest air since last spring dives south. Finally the cool air pattern is set with a third front Oct. 1. The Climate Prediction Center forecasts a 70% chance of below average temperatures in Georgia and north Florida through Oct. 6.
Beautiful evening- crisp and cool to start Wednesday
Jacksonville, FLA. – Today we still saw coastal flooding evening though our northeasterly winds began to relax a bit. Read more about our Fall temperature here...Wednesday starts out crisp and cool and turns warm for a few hours during the afternoon. Wednesday evening will be lovely and cool again, with overnight lows in the mid to upper 60s. Friday marks the end of our cool temperatures for now, we will warm up to 87° with widely scattered showers. The weekend will be warm and wet at times, with afternoon highs in the upper 80s and widespread chances for passing showers and storms.
Best local Oktoberfest: Beaches Oktoberfest
JACKSONVILE, Fla. - Autumn is in the air, which means the holidays are upon us, so get ready for pumpkin pie and pumpkin infused drinks like coffee and even beer. If you're a grownup, the holidays might entice you to celebrate Oktoberfest, and if you're in Jacksonville you'll want to head to Beaches Oktoberfest, the 2019 JaxBest winner for best Oktoberfest. RELATED: 2019 JaxBest Winners GuideLaunched in 2014, Beaches Oktoberfest calls itself Florida's largest Oktoberfest, so what better place to celebrate? In addition to a variety of brews to sample, plenty of bands perform at the event as well. If you're looking for VIP treatment to Beaches Oktoberfest, head to its website to secure some passes.
Autumn like mornings and summer-like afternoons
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - It is hotter than yesterday, and we have the chance for setting a record if temperatures reach 94. Today and Wednesday highs bake in the low to mid 90s inland to upper 80s/near 90 coastal. Near record high temperatures are possible through Thursday as the WSW winds push inland temperatures into the low/mid 90s each afternoon. Just a few isolated inland afternoon showers will be possible by the end of the week and weekend. Looking ahead: Partly cloudy skies with scattered showers possible late this week, weekend.
10/16: Nurse outlines hospital's lack of preparedness for Ebola patient; Foliage fans flock to the Northeast
10/16: Nurse outlines hospital's lack of preparedness for Ebola patient; Foliage fans flock to the Northeast Brianna Aguirre, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital feels the hospital was not adequately to handle an infected patient, or protect their employees from the virus; and, "Leaf-peepers" flock to New England to see the colors of Autumn on display. Vermont officials say a good foliage season is big business for the local economy.cbsnews.com