Sunsets and Rain?

Sunset Thursday evening.

 

Also BREAKING NEWS…what is that? Can it be? I looks like a few rain showers.

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This post was written by Schnack on September 14, 2017

Hot Shot Photos Monday Evening.

The photos below were shown on the Monday evening newscasts.

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This post was written by Schnack on May 29, 2017

Sunday Photos

Here are some viewer photos of the sky Sunday evening.  As always, if you have any pictures you’d like to share, you can send them to KWWL Storm Track 7 on Facebook and Twitter, or e-mail weather@kwwl.com

 

Sarah Bhatia – Cedar Falls

 

Julie Leavens – Greene

 

Deb Schulte – Manchester

 

Laura Hammersley – Black Hawk County

 

 

 

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This post was written by Kyle Kiel on May 14, 2017

Photos on Evening Newscasts

Taken April 1, 2017

Taken April 17, 2017

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This post was written by Schnack on April 17, 2017

Weather Photos

These are the photos shown on the Tuesday evening newscasts.

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This post was written by Schnack on March 21, 2017

Photos on TV Wednesday Evening

Taken Feb. 4, 2017 near Farmersburg

Sunset Feb. 15, 2017 in Muscatine

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This post was written by Schnack on February 15, 2017

Photos on TV Tuesday Evening

Taken near Waukon 2/14/17

Taken near Parkersburg 12/9/15

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This post was written by Schnack on February 14, 2017

Hot Shots Photos Tuesday

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This post was written by Schnack on December 27, 2016

ICYMI Nov 13 – Earthquakes/Satellite Launch/Supermoon/Sunset

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.

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Many aftershocks were already felt by late morning.

A few hours later, another quake was felt across the planet. A magnitude 6.2 struck South America.

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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.

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You’ve likely heard about the November “Supermoon.”  Well, it is finally here!

Full Moon Graphic

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.

Todd Moon in New Albin

Todd Moon in New Albin

 

Photo by: Amber Stueben in Cedar Falls

Photo by: Amber Stueben in Cedar Falls

 

Photo by: Carol Pfister in West Union

Photo by: Carol Pfister in West Union

 

Photo by: Marty Dvorak in Bremer

Photo by: Marty Dvorak in Bremer


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:

 

Mike Graber in Cedar Rapids

Mike Graber in Cedar Rapids

 

Dianne Borowski, just east of Decorah

Dianne Borowski, just east of Decorah

 

Wade Clark in Cedar Falls

Wade Clark in Cedar Falls

 

Corinna Smith in Urbana

Corinna Smith in Urbana

 

Douglas Davies in Jesup

Douglas Davies in Jesup

 

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Amber Stueven in Cedar Falls

carol johnson postville

Carol Johnson in Postville

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This post was written by Rachael Peart on November 13, 2016

Photos on TV Today

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This post was written by Schnack on May 18, 2016