GrantWatch Weekly Forecast: Wacky Weather and Wonderful Grants

Welcome to the GrantWatch Weekly Forecast!

Gather supplies and get comfortable as we prepare for some wacky weather. The pressure of Winter Storm Stella is affecting every region of the U.S. this week. Here are some predictions to best prepare for the unseasonably warm or snowy skies in your neck of the woods. 

We've thrown in a few great environment and climate grants, to boot! 

A nor'easter will bring heavy snow and wind to parts of the Northeast early this week.

Cold temperatures will remain in place in the East for much of the week.

Record-warm temperatures are possible in parts of the West, while the Northwest remains wet.

Monday evening into Tuesday evening, Winter Storm Stella may undergo "bombogenesis" – an ominous-sounding term frequently used in the winter to describe powerful low-pressure systems that intensify rapidly. –Weather.com

Whether you're in the warming winds of California, unseasonably snowy and storm bound New York or Washington DC, prepare for some wacky weather this week. Newscasters are advising residents in the Northeast to stay indoors. Flights are canceled as airports prepare for the storm. Schools and colleges are closed.

Make the most of your time stuck inside! Search current grant listings on www.GrantWatch.com or start a www.Uhelpfund.com crowdfunding campaign. Here's a look at some of our featured environment grants, aimed to improve the environment by addressing climate change, raising climate change awareness and integrating environmental lesson plans for students. 

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