Well, on some days, there were Altocumulus clouds, too, helping to blot the sun. Altocumulus clouds are mostly or all liquid clouds, if you care, which I doubt. But then you are here, wasting time on this web site about clouds, so maybe you do care! But, to conitnue the title’s theme, what a remarkable… Continue reading Icy clouds blot afternoon sun in Catalina for seventh day in a row! How weird is that?
First, in blogging for dollars, this: Here’s a nice one from the day before as the clouds rolled in, starting with Cirrus and Altocumulus, lowering to Stratocumulus later in the afternoon. Yesterday’s clouds; an extraordinary day with a little drizzle amid light showers Hope you noticed the true drizzle that occurred yesterday, namely, fine (larger… Continue reading Sutherland Heights storm total now 0.71 inches as of 7 AM; soil turning green as moss look alike growth reminding one of Seattle spurts from bare ground!
OK, its not completely blank… Only a couple of drops here overnight. Measured around Reddington Pass and in the other Catalina Foothills, the well-to-do one, but that’s not good enough for a post. Hell, the Altocumulus/Altostratus clouds weren’t even that interesting yesterday, but if you do want to see them again, go here. Nothing in… Continue reading This page intentionally left blank due to a lack of measurable rain last night