1) “Late” meaning you’ll have to slog through quite a few photos of your cloud day to get to the really neat ones… Of course, you can bypass all the verbiage and marvel here at the U of AZ time lapse. 2) Mod has drought-denting hurricane remnant moving into Arizona at the end of the month. Lotta rain seems to be in the pipeline before that, too, with an earlier TS remnant entering the western portion of the State this Thursday, Aug. 21st! This from the Enviro Can mod output from last night! How can things be better than this!
3) The note about a dog picture is a cheap attempt to attract new readers. See next to last photo.
The hurricanes ahead
It was interesting to see that after yesterday afternoon’s blog, mentioning the newly discovered California Niño, as told by Nature recently, and about hurricanes that might last longer heading this way due to the weak El Niño conditions combined, that the 5 AM AST WRF-GFS yesterday morning (I had not seen it yet) had a hurricane remnant plowing directly into the State of Arizona, denting drought with heavy widespread rains, no doubt with flooding. In case you don’t believe me again, here, as rendered by IPS MeteoStar, this fabulous sequence for the end of August: