Lakewood police amped up patrols in all schools Friday due to chatter about the end-of-the-world possibly happening.
CLEVELAND - If you think the world may end on Dec. 21, NewsChannel5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson's forecast may be right on target.
Johnson -- in a move to create some humor with his friends on social media – posted a graphic showing his forecast for the week of Dec. 20-26.
He's calling for 150 degrees on Saturday, Dec. 22, 420 degrees on Sunday, Dec. 23 and 512 degrees for Monday.
Some think that because the Mayan calendar apparently stops after Dec. 21, the world may end on that date.
What do you think? Chime in via the comment box below.
As the winter solstice approached the Yucatan region, techno music parties sent waves of sound over beaches, minstrels strummed guitars for dining tourists, and life continued as usual for the Mayan people.
Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 is the date that the 5,000-year-old Mayan calendar ends. Some say that this means the Mayans predicted the end of the world.
Thirsty Dog Brewing has come up with an end-of-the-world beer called Mayan Last Dog.
A planetary kin circle features dozens of new-agers gathering to reflect on 2012 and look ahead to 2013 as part of a week-long ¨Galactic Festival¨ taking place on the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.
If the end is coming, why not go out with a bang?
It's December 21 st . A loud bang outside startles you, and you jump out of bed. You run to the window to see people running around in the neighbor's yard. You think, "Is this Mayan calendar stuff legit?"
If you think the world may end on Dec. 21, NewsChannel5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson's forecast may be right on target.
We've all played the question games with our friends at some point in our lives. "What 3 things would you take with you on a deserted island?" "What country would you visit if you could only pick one?"
Where will Ron Hubbard be on the day the Mayans predicted the world will end – 20 feet underground.