Some cloud and shadow photos from yesterday’s windy day; not much else

By Art Rangno

Retiree from a group specializing in airborne measurements of clouds and aerosols at the University of Washington (Cloud and Aerosol Research Group). The projects in which I participated were in many countries; from the Arctic to Brazil, from the Marshall Islands to South Africa.


  1. Hah! That’s not going to happen very often, though in the next few days, we’ll certainly eclipse you in that regard, give me something to do besides mope around about how dry its been.


  2. Okay, how about this, Art? We had snow here this morning, about 1.5 inches. AND, it’s going to get cold on Sunday- could go down to 16F.

  3. Hi, Roland,

    Well, a more youthful me in SEA would have been very excited about some snow. Indeed, all work stopped, pretty much, at the U of WA when the flakes came down, many leaving at the sight of the first flurry. And that 16°F is now daunting. I’m cold now when its 75°F and the wind is blowing, how pathetic izzat?

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