Two different earthquakes struck this morning – one in New Zealand and one in Argentina. The New Zealand quake was the strongest of the two, measuring in as a magnitude 7.8. This initial earthquake resulted in a tsunami. Read more by clicking here.
A few hours later, another quake was felt across the planet. A magnitude 6.2 struck South America.
A new weather satellite is set to launch November 19th at 4:52 PM CST. A rocket carrying the latest weather satellite from NOAA, GOES-R will fly 22,000 miles above Earth, giving meteorologist a view of what’s going on below. Read more about the satellite by clicking this link.
You’ve likely heard about the November “Supermoon.” Well, it is finally here!
We do have some clouds around tonight, but they are high clouds so we won’t be completely overcast. It will also be visible Monady night, however we do have clouds in the forecast then as well. Click here for more information. Below are some viewer pictures.
As mentioned, there are some high clouds in our sky Sunday night, which developed late Sunday afternoon. They made for a fantastic sunset earlier. Here are several photos from KWWL viewers on Facebook and Twitter:
This post was written by Rachael Peart on November 13, 2016