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Back to the astronomical matters today. If it isn't going to rain we might as well get a celestial show out of a quiet warm weather pattern. Tonight, a chance to see 3 planets (Saturn, Venus and Mercury) very close together just after sunset. Look out to the west-northwest. The place to be to see an event like this is to be away from city lights.
Have a great weekend,
Posted by at June 24, 2005 8:13 AM
Is the current weather pattern - hot & dry - something that we can expect the rest of the summer? I didn't think that this current High pressure was supposed to be that strong. It appears to be stronger than anticipated.
The ridge is showing signs of weakening over KC late next week. This is a hot & dry *period* for us... but it won't last the rest of the summer.
Posted by: Mark M at June 24, 2005 3:25 PM