Category Archives: Sunsets
A nice rainbow after a big storm and another evening’s sunset from the first of the month.
A collection of photos and timelapses from the last week of the storms and sunsets.
Smoke from all the fires out West are wrapping around the High pressure and streaming down into New Mexico. Makes for a red sunset, bad air and another all-to-often smokey situation.
Including a Kelvin-Helmholtz Fluctus cloud (see picture descriptions)!
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.
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.
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
A fiery sunset that I caught the tail end of for a photo and time lapse.