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  • The Sun, the 'star' of our solar system
    The Sun, the 'star' of our solar system
    Our sun is unique to our solar system. It is an average yellow star that is 864,950 miles in diameter. Being a star, there is no two alike, just like snowflakes are each different. I Corinthians 15:41 tells us that each star is unique and...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 7/27/15)
    Isolated Shower S&E, Comfortable Feeling Elsewhere Tuesday
    Monday was a seasonable yet humid day with more clouds than sunshine as well as heavy soaking showers & thunderstorms in the afternoon; the high at Philly Airport reached 86 after a morning low of 71 and there was 0.47" of rain that fell...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 7/20/15)
    Still Hot Tuesday, But Not As Humid
    Monday was another extremely hot and humid day with dewpoints in the middle 70s and heat indices once again in the lower 100s; At Philly Airport the high this afternoon reached 95 after a disgustingly warm overnight low of 81. A cold front was...
  • Solar scientists say we need to get ready for a mini ice age in the 2030s
    Solar scientists say we need to get ready for a mini ice age in the 2030s
    Some climate scientists are so worried sick about global warming that they are showing signs of psychological stress, Esquire informs us. UPI has some good news and some bad news concerning climate change on Saturday. The good news is that global...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 7/10/15)
    Partly Sunny(Light Shower South?) Saturday
    Friday started off muggy and humid, but that was before the northwesterly wind took over by mid-morning; we had a beautiful day and seasonable as thanks to that breeze ushering in 50-degree dewpoints! It doesn't get much better than that in...
  • Earth
    Earth reaches its 2015 aphelion
    On July 6 at 3:41 p.m. EDT (19:41 GMT), Earth reached its aphelion for 2015. The aphelion of a planet's orbit occurs when the planet is at its greatest distance from its star during a particular orbital cycle.At this year's aphelion point,...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 7/2/15)
    Leftover Showers Overnight, Increasing Clouds Friday Afternoon
    Thursday was a cloudy and dreary day for most, but the better chance for some sunshine was the further north and west; after a morning low of 67 at Philly International Airport the high reached 77(the average high is 86). There is an area of low...
  • Earth-Sun
    A weekend focusing on the connection between the earth and the sun
    From June 19 to the 21, the Friends of Arlington’s David M. Brown Planetarium hosted their final weekend of programming for the 2014-15 academic school year. The theme of the weekend was “The Sun.” This weekend deviated from the...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 6/27/15)
    Leftover Morning Showers, Sun & Cloud Mix Sunday Afternoon
    Saturday was a cloudy rainy, and overall raw day; after a morning low of 67 at Philly International Airport as of the 5pm advisory we had 0.32" of rain that fell while the high was just 71(we should be 86 in the afternoon!).Overnight will...
  • Flash Flood Watch For Sunday
    Increasing Clouds Saturday; Heavy Rain Sunday Thanks To Bill's Remnants
    Friday was a warm and humid day with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon ahead of a cold front; after a morning low of 70 at Philly International Airport with leftover showers(0.27" fell in the early morning) we had sunshine and late...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 6/12/15)
    Isolated T-Storm Saturday, But Better Of The Two Weekend Days
    Whoo baby! It was a HOT one across the region this afternoon! Not only that, but the humidity was up there as well with dewpoints in the lower 70s. At Philly International after a muggy low of 75 we tied a record of 95 set back in 1947! The only...
  • Lithat activities for Solitary Pagans
    Litha activities for Solitary Pagans
    Litha is a Pagan Sabbat that falls on or around June 21st. Other names for this Sabbat include; Midsummer and Summer Solstice. This is the longest day of the year. On this day the pregnant Goddess and the Sun God are honored. The following are...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 5/27/15)
    Still Haven't Reached 90 in Philly; Can We Do It Thursday?
    Wednesday was another hazy, hot, and humid day....but Philly did NOT reach 90 for a second consectutive day! After a morning low of 71 we had a mixture of sunshine and clouds with even some severe thunderstorms by the evening rush. We only reached...
  • Mott50
    Sartorially savvy and sun-protective wear: Mott50
    The sun is out, temperatures are rising and the people of Chicago couldn’t be more ecstatic. Summer. Is. Coming. The time of year has finally come where we can confidently throw on a dress (without tights), sport some sandals and head to the...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 5/23/15)
    Sunshine Continues But Warmer Sunday
    Saturday was sun-filled, but also quite breezy with a northerly win f that kept us cool; at Philly International Airport we had a morning low of 51 and in the afternoon we only made it to 70. We should be in the middle 70s for this time of year...
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