A warm, rainless October appears to be our fate, much like last year when only 0.01 inches fell. Oh, me. Our dryness since the end of July, with so many cloudless skies, continues on and on. Tough to take if you’re cloud-centric.
However, this month, though likely rainless, promises to deliver some great sunrises and sunsets as weak regions of rising air pass above us in the days ahead, that rising air showing up as lots of middle and upper level clouds like Altocumulus, Altostratus with virga, and CIrrus over many of the remaining days. Those kinds of clouds can be associated with the most spectacular ones sunrises and sunsets.
I guess that’s something.
Below, a sample pretty scene for cloud-starved readers.
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