The weather today will be mostly sunny, with a high near 77 and a low around 59. Tonight has the possibility of scattered showers mainly before midnight. The chance of precipitation is 30%.
You’ve probably heard this phrase spoken of Garrett County: “If you don’t like the weather, wait 10 minutes”. That was exactly the phrase to describe this Saturday as evidenced by the following photos sent to us by Ed O’Connor at 7am and at 10am:
State Troopers are looking for more information on the theft of a compound bow and a red pneumatic air compressor between 9/13 and 9/14. If you have any information, please contact TFC Ervin at the McHenry Barrack at 301-387-1101.
The company Air BnB reports the number of stays and revenue made this summer in Maryland — Garrett County had 10,500 guest arrivals and over 1.8 million in revenue.
If you have a moment, will you give your response to this quick, local, non-profit survey?
Plan to attend the Garrett College blood drive being held at the CARC tomorrow 09/17 from 11:30am – 4:00pm.
We have some nice Mountain Coaster Vouchers for the Wisp to give away to readers. We have four (4) available right now. If you are interested in possibly winning all four send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your favorite Deep Creek Lake area destination, product or service and you will be entered to win. We will announce the winner in the Friday, September 20th Daily Notes. Please note that the vouchers are only good through September 30th, so please don’t enter if you are about to leave on a trip around the world. Good luck.
The Deep Creek Lake Lions (Mike’s a member) continue to do some great work in the area. But like all non-profits, they depend on donations to help them continue their work helping those in need. One of their most important fundraising events is their annual boat auction: if you have an end-of-season desire to end your relationship with your boat, please consider a donation. You can check out their Facebook page here.
You may have seen more dragonflies than usual — so many, in fact, they appeared on the weather radar across the tri-state area.