Archive for October, 2012

Halo around the Moon Saturday night 10/27/12

October 28, 2012 0 Comments
Halo around the Moon Saturday night 10/27/12

Did you see the Moon on Saturday night? Quite an impressive sight! There were cirrus clouds in the sky, and they were thin enough to allow the Moon to shine through. Cirrus are made of ice crystals…and when the Sun or Moon shines through the ice crystals the light gets bent (like a prism). We […]

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Sandy turns into a big Halloween storm

October 24, 2012 0 Comments
Sandy turns into a big Halloween storm

Hurricane Sandy is forecast to move across Cuba and head up the East Coast of the US. The latest GFS model shows some of Sandy’s energy and moisture developing into a HUGE extra-tropical cyclone over the Northeastern part of the nation by the middle of next week…

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Major tropical cyclone forecast to impact Eastern US over the next 10 days…

October 21, 2012 0 Comments
Major tropical cyclone forecast to impact Eastern US over the next 10 days…

Granted, this is science-fiction time when it comes to computer modelling…but the latest GFS model shows a very intense tropical storm moving out of the Carribean along the US East coast. The storm is forecast to move to the East of Florida by Friday, October 26…off the coast of the Carolinas by Sunday, October 28 […]

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Jeff’s trip to Readlyn

October 19, 2012 0 Comments
Jeff’s trip to Readlyn

Click here to see the Readlyn First Graders saying hello!Thanks to Mrs. Miller and her students at Wapsi Valley in Readlyn. I got to visit with the First Graders on Friday, October 19th. The students had been learning names of clouds, so we looked at pictures of clouds. We learned about how the Sun and […]

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