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Winter brings frigid temperatures for much of the country, and when temperatures plummet, the water that supplies your home’s faucets and fixtures is in danger of freezing inside your pipes. Because water expands as it turns to ice, frozen pipes are prone to bursting, which can result in costly water and plumbing damage throughout your home. At the highest risk of freezing are pipes that run against exterior walls and those in unheated or uninsulated places, such as the attic, basement or garage.

In heat lightning you see the flash of light from the lightning, but you don’t hear the thunder the lightning produces.

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Research on young, healthy humans found the body begins overheating when exposed to temperatures and humidity lower than previously believed.

TWIN FALLS — The Magic Valley has been dealt a good helping of winter weather this year, and all the snow and rain and freezing temperatures h…

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