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22 oz. tumbler: Space City Weather 2021 fundraiser
22 oz. Thor Copper Vacuum Insulated Tumbler
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This fundraiser supports the operation of the Space City Weather web site.
About this campaign
Space City Weather is there for you when you need us. This annual fundraiser is your chance to give back, and show your appreciation for what we do for the greater Houston community. We have vowed to keep the site free, forever, and your support helps us keep that promise!
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Our sailing school and charter business lives or dies by the weather. Space City Weather is our go to source for predicting the weather. It’s great to get a real honest forecast without the gloom and doom fear promotion of the main stream media.
I think Houston is so very fortunate to have the Space City Weather site. The Houston Chronicle was fortunate to have had Eric's Sciguy column for many years and I'm grateful we still have access to his writing. And Matt's too!
Appreciate all you both do for our region!
No hype. No website ads or popups. Great information on Houston's weather. Happy to support Space City Weather. Thanks for all you do.
Best in the biz! Thanks for being so great.
I follow SCW to the letter. And as a writer, I appreciate the writing.
It's a quest for truth!
Reliable, straightforward weather reports presented by nice guys. I worked with Eric at the Houston Chronicle many years ago, when we called him Science Boy.