Monthly Archives: June 2021
So while the Pacific Northwest is suffering record heat, we are experiencing cool wet weather. We didn’t get a lot of inches of rain… but it lasted all day. And I think the video shows the atmospheric instability that’s caused … Continue reading
Some sunsets from the past few evenings. The last video shows a small virga cloudburst. Hopefully this indicates that rain is on its way… soon.
Part of the Pecos League, the Santa Fe Fuego play their home games at the Fort Marcy Ballpark and this evening faced the Tucson Sagueros for a 12 to 11 win. The league is independent of MLB, has been around … Continue reading
Looking at this photo, you can see what kind of outdoorsman Dad was. I mean… who wears patent leather shoes and dress slacks to go fishing? Still, he managed to teach us boys how to fish and judging from this … Continue reading
Hanging out while I watch the Giants.
An odd lone stratocumulus cloud from a previous evening dissipated into a wispy ghost of a cloud. And a nice though narrow sunset from a later evening.
A nice sunset time lapse from last evening.
I’ve been meaning to post this collection of cloud formations from a few weeks back. Thanks to my membership in the Cloud Appreciation Society, I’m now able to mis-identify more clouds than before! Hopefully, I’m not too far off. The … Continue reading
Smoke from the fires in Southern Arizona and New Mexico is making its way up here. The clouds pictured isn’t smoke (except for the last shot); however, the sky gets a redder cast from the particulate. Sadly, the air is … Continue reading