A beautiful sky here as I’m watching the national weather map of the enormous cloud of dust drifts over the ocean from Africa heading to Puerto Rico, Bermuda and eventually the US gulf states. Fascinating. I’ll take our clear blue skies over the dusty looking overhead any day.
We’ll likely get rain late tomorrow, but today should be a dandy. We’re still so lucky here with no drastic, severe weather cropping up.
Currently 66 with an E wind of 10 mph. Feels like 66 degrees. Dew Point 48, Humidity 52%, Barometer 30.11 & rising, Visibility 10 mi., Sunrise 6:03 am, Sunset 9:25 pm. Sunshine galore today. High near 80. ESE winds 10 -15 mph.
Clear to partly cloudy overnight. Low 58. ESE winds 5 – 10 mph.
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