The sixth angel poured out her bowl on the great river Euphrates and its water was dried up to prepare the way for the Kings and Queens from the East
By: OrangeRoses , 12:36 PM GMT on June 16, 2012
Twilight 5.43 SunRise + 6.12 SunSet - 8.34 End Twilight 9.03
Waxing Gibbous 87%* + 5.33pm Set -3.58am
Good Morning Satur -|- Day Bon Matin
Les yeux de la Vérité vous épient toujours
The Eyes of Truth are Always Watching You
* % of moon visible (above Top)
99 degrees yesterday afternoon to 67 just past dawn this morning
Δ T = 32° (change in temp)
11am ►The Heat Index is 94 and temp 90. With the 9mph southwesterly winds gusting 12 the temp should easily surpass the daily high forecast of 98 by at least a few degrees during Hottie Time - 1.30 - 3.30.
► 2.55pm H.I. = 100 | T = 96 and still rising
► 3.25pm H.I. = 101 | T = 97 Highs for Today
It's happening now
It's happening now
The crazed in the hot-zone
The heat will be part of a dire forecast this week and I may not provide so many constant updates
Heat Index 11+ for the Fourth Straight Day
A UV Index reading of 11 or higher means extreme risk of harm from
unprotected sun exposure. Try to avoid sun exposure during midday hours, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Apply sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 liberally every 2 hours. Take all precautions. Unprotected skin can burn in minutes. Beachgoers should know that white sand and other bright surfaces reflect UV and will increase UV exposure.
It is possible to go outside when the UV Index is 11 or higher. Make sure you always seek shade, wear a hat, cover up, wear 99-100% UV-blocking sunglasses, and use sunscreen. Or you can opt to stay indoors and take the opportunity to relax with a good book rather than risk dangerous levels of sun exposure.
Iʼve enjoyed being your hostess during this flight
Thank you for flying Virgin.
In the E v e - ning :
YЄS - ter Day
It was just slightly cooler
But now tonight it should stay much warmer due to the observation by the NWS that "an extensive cirrus canopy continues to spread northwest across East Texas/west-central LA from the southeast Texas convection".
Kinda like an umbrella this cirrus canopy that may move up here and make it partly cirrussy cloudy, and to repeat: warmer overnite. I did notice that convection out in the Gulf near Houston last night (it kept me awake until much later worrying someone here might actually care that this up-to-the-minute forecasting blog neglected to warn) and wondered if it might affect us up here-- in every day's a firecracker day with all the crackers drivin trucks 24/7-- but there was no Official comment last night about this storm on the water until tonight. I guess when they get the chance, down Shreveport way they look around to find something to say!
∩ open the windows after 10pm ∩
listen to the crickets chirping
Lullaby and Good Night!
m00d for the Day
Ever Imre and Mother
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|Dew Point:||54.2 °F|
|Wind:||8.0 mph from the ESE|
|Wind Gust:||11.0 mph|
Updated: 12:36 PM CDT on March 30, 2015
|Dew Point:||56.5 °F|
|Wind:||3.0 mph from the SE|
|Wind Gust:||9.0 mph|
Updated: 12:37 PM CDT on March 30, 2015