The First Day Of Autumn?

Thursday, September 22 will be marked by many as “The First Day of Fall”. But does it really mark the beginning of a new season? I’d be the first to say no. It is certainly the Autumnal Equinox. On that day the direct rays of the sun will fall on the Equator as the direct…
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Rita

It’s a little like arm-chair quarterbacking to be in North Dakota and to be talking about which direction a future hurricane might take. But after Katrina, the subject of a hurricane in the Gulf is suddenly a lot more than just casual water cooler talk. First of all, check out the latest from the National…
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Fake Storm Photos

The internet is a strange place. Several times this summer, I’ve been sent a set of digital photos of spactacular storm scenes. Note that I said I’ve received this set several times. Each time, the pictures are supposed to have been taken recently by a friend of a friend of the sender and each time,…
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The Summer Of 2005

After the cool summer of 2004 (the 6th coldest on record), the summer of 2005 came in very close to the long term average, temperature wise at least. The three month average temperature was 69.2 degrees, which is very close to the seasonal average of 68.5 degrees. The average high temperature for the summer was…
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