October Days & the Weather to Remember

By: YelloworangeRose , 11:07 PM GMT on August 31, 2014

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About Me .. By reading my post you would notice I do not use words used by most of the bloggers here in Wu.. This person is from a country in South East Asia called " The Philippines".. Therefore the weather updates and and weather warning will be of my place of Origin .. For a fellow Filipino Who visits this blog, Please introduce your self ^_^. Everyone is welcome to leave a comment.

Pag-asa cyclone track for Cebu and the whole country
The Weather Camera at Mactan, Cebu If you want to see what's going on for the last 3 hours the weather camera is here >>>>>Weather Camera Click the link, make sure you see the "tools" then click weather camera, choose the location you want to watch (Mine is in Mactan) and point your cursor to the round thing in the map and you could peek and see whats going on in Mactan Cebu. As of this time 3:14 am today October 10, 2014 as I am updating this blog, It is still dark and all we see when we look at the webcam is the light among the darkness of dawn. you can click the "tools" off and on so you see the place enough. I wanted to show the webcam here but would be a lot of using the brain thing to do to figure it out LOL.
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Today is Domingo, Octobre Dise noybi 2014

24-Hour Public Weather Forecast
Issued at: 5:00 AM 20 October 2014
SYNOPSIS: Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) affecting Visayas.
FORECAST: Visayas will experience cloudy skies with light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms. Metro Manila and the rest of the country will be partly cloudy to cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms.
Moderate to strong winds blowing from the east will prevail over Luzon and the coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough. Elsewhere, winds will be light to moderate coming from the southeast to east with slight to moderate seas.
OVER METRO MANILA:
Maximum Temperature: 1:50 PM Yesterday --- 32.6°C
Minimum Temperature: 6:00 AM Yesterday --- 23.4°C
Maximum Relative Humidity: 6:00 AM Yesterday --- 97 %
Minimum Relative Humidity: 1:50 PM Yesterday --- 62 %
High Tide Today: 7:11 AM ..... 0.72 Meter
Low Tide Today: 2:24 PM ..... 0.17 Meter
High Tide Today: 8:55 PM ..... 0.60 Meter
Low Tide Tomorrow 2:20 AM ..... 0.34 Meter
Sunrise Today: 5:48 AM
Sunset Today: 5:33 PM
Moonset Today: 3:07 PM
Moonrise Tomorrow: 3:25 AM
Illumination Tomorrow: 8 %
For more information and queries, please call at telephone numbers 927-1335 and 927-2877 or log on to www.pagasa.dost.gov.ph.



As of 3am PHT
Cebu, Philippines
Current Conditions
25°
Partly Cloudy
Sunrise: 5:35 AM Feels like: 25°
Sunset: 5:27 PM



Later 3:00PM
31°
Feels like: 31°
Rain: 40%
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THUNDERSTORM ADVISORY NO. 1 #VIS_PRSD
Issued at 2:17 AM, 14 October 2014
Thunderstorm is more likely to develop over #MetroCebu within the next 12 hours. All are advised to continue monitoring for updates.

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Amihan season begins; cold weather expected

ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 10/16/2014 1:45 PM | Updated as of 10/16/2014 7:55 PM
MANILA – The northeast monsoon (amihan) season has officially started, marking the onset of cold weather in the Philippines, state weather bureau PAGASA said.

In a bulletin issued on Thursday noon, PAGASA said ''the development of high pressure system over mainland China has shifted the wind direction over Luzon to northeasterlies, bringing cold and dry air over the northern part of the country."

''Strong to gale force Northeasterly winds have been observed over the seaboard of Northern Luzon. These meteorological conditions normally signify the start of the Northeast Monsoon season,'' it added.

With the start of the amihan season, temperature in the extreme northern Luzon will be lower.

PAGASA said Luzon should expect colder early morning temperature in the coming months. There will also be chances of light rains over the region's northern and eastern sections.

''Weather conditions over the rest of the country will be generally fair apart from isolated rains or thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening,'' PAGASA said.

PAGASA said amihan usually affects the eastern portions of the country from October up to late March.

''It starts over Siberia as a cold, dry air mass but gathers moisture as it travels across the Pacific Ocean before reaching the eastern sections of the Philippines. It is characterized by widespread cloudiness with rains and showers,'' PAGASA said.


Cebu Forecast by Weather Underground is a click away here >>>>>Link
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HERSTORY
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day - October 15


Origin of OCTOBER


Middle English Octobre, from Old English & Anglo-French; Old English October,
from Latin, 8th month of the early Roman calendar, from octo; Anglo-French,
from Latin October, First Known Use: before 12th century.

October is the tenth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of seven months with a length of 31 days. The eighth month in the old Roman calendar, October retained its name (from the Greek "οκτώ" meaning "eight") after January and February were inserted into the calendar that had originally been created by the Romans.
It is commonly associated with the season of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and spring in the Southern hemisphere, where it is the seasonal equivalent to April in the Northern hemisphere and vice versa. In the Western world, October is also commonly associated with Hallowe'en (All Hallows Eve), which initiates the season of Allhallowtide.

In our language we use Oktobre to refer to October. When this month comes, I remember that All Soul's day and All Saint's day is soon to arrive. It is celebrated in November 1 and 2, respectively, the so called trick or treat day ~ The Halloween. On the evening of last day of October, It has been our custom to go to the Cemetery where our loved ones were buried and it is like a family reunion at the same time because everyone join the vigil. Prayers are made for the eternal rest of the soul of our dearly departed ones then we talk about the memories and happy moments spent with the loved ones. We bring foods and tents. It has always been our experience that we get a sudden rain in the evening of November 1st no matter how the sun was so bright during the day. The tents did server a good purpose.

Some of the Important Days of October

World Animal Day – October 4
International World Teachers' day – October 5
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day - October 15
World Food Day – October 16
Spirit Day – October 20
Hallowe'en (All Hallows Eve) – October 31

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Weather warnings guide


What the colours mean


Yellow: Be aware. Severe weather is possible over the next few days and could affect you. Yellow means that you should plan ahead thinking about possible travel delays, or the disruption of your day to day activities. The Met Office is monitoring the developing weather situation and Yellow means keep an eye on the latest forecast and be aware that the weather may change or worsen, leading to disruption of your plans in the next few days.
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Amber: Be prepared. There is an increased likelihood of bad weather affecting you, which could potentially disrupt your plans and possibly cause travel delays, road and rail closures, interruption to power and the potential risk to life and property. Amber means you need to be prepared to change your plans and protect you, your family and community from the impacts of the severe weather based on the forecast from the Met Office
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Red: Take action. Extreme weather is expected. Red means you should take action now to keep yourself and others safe from the impact of the weather. Widespread damage, travel and power disruption and risk to life is likely. You must avoid dangerous areas and follow the advice of the emergency services and local authorities.

Severe weather warnings are available to you in a number of ways, meaning you can always access the latest information wherever you are. This includes on radio, TV, the Met Office website, social media, smart phone apps, RSS and via email alerts.

You can help by passing these warnings on to family and friends, or by sharing them on Facebook, Twitter and other social media with you friends and followers.
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If you want to read More visit metoffice.gov.uk weather guide >>> the entrance is here



If someone is heavily into ego-gratification, or invested in blaming, punishing or misunderstanding you, there is little you can do at the conscious level to change their mind. Instead, speak to their soul in the light of love and forgiveness. Release the situation and move on. Those who are deeply entrenched in the ego and feeding off the short-lived power of punishing may continue to milk this past situation but when you disable it by moving on, their power fades.

Be Gentle, Loving and Forgiving of Yourself and Others

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It's 10/16 and here is today's scripture:
For You are not a God who takes pleasure in wickedness, Nor shall evil dwell with You. Psalms 5:4


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Father, we join with you to ask for power to enlighten those who walk the roads into darkness. We wish to save our World from tragedy and violent plagues.
We wish to ask your blessings as we unite with You in overcoming the dark tides of ignorance, and abuse of our world
(prayer credit: to the ONE who is in heaven on earth who hears HIM speak)

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109. YelloworangeRose
4:50 AM GMT on October 21, 2014
Hi Briar,
we were to dance non stop for at least 30 minutes my officemates stopped at 32 minutes while i stopped at 38 min. It was fun to be part of this historical event for our place. The knee did not complain so it was good.There were more than 8 thousand dancers. LOL I CHECKED WHAT I MADE IT SAID 38 SECONDS HAHAHAHA
Hope you had a nice Sunday.

Hi OR
Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you had a nice day ^_^ I have finished all resurection too and Dr. Who season 8 is next. I was watching angels in the infield and angels in the outfield last night. It is a busy day today. Have a good sleep.
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108. OrangeRoses
11:49 PM GMT on October 20, 2014
Someone could read OR's Comment on OR blog. Other than that glad to see you are doing a GOOD blog here and I watched Resurrection on ABC TV last night (Sunday) that I never noticed before until I saw it in TV Guide. Had finished all the online episodes and now there is one less tv show online to view.
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107. BriarCraft
11:35 PM GMT on October 20, 2014
About #99: Don't you mean you danced for 38 minutes? Congrats on the new world record! And look how huge that ribbon is. Amazing!

Do you have any idea how many people were there dancing?

I am happy you had a nice Sunday with family.
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106. YelloworangeRose
4:26 AM GMT on October 20, 2014
Hi mike,
Happy Sunday to you. I had a nice sunday with the family we travelled to the North . Prayed and lighted candles on the graves of the dear departed aunts, uncle cousins, grand parents (father side.)
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105. clearlakemike
6:46 PM GMT on October 19, 2014
YOR, after that earthquake driving over that bridge was never the same, lol. It was a long eight mile ride over it!! Fortunately, it is gone now and a new supposedly safer bridge just opened only this past year. Yes, if you live on a fault you can't dwell on it and let it scare you...except on anniversaries, LOL.
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104. YelloworangeRose
3:57 PM GMT on October 19, 2014
Hi OR
Thanks for visiting my blog
Quoting OrangeRoses:
Yes,


Had to strain my brain and used MW LOL "pnuema"
Yes just few years and look how big the ground we have covered. I know there are some who understands the seems like a poem post. Some are dreams some are visions .. those that could not be offered as direct information for everyone but only for the few who knows and understand.Yes there are others. It is a great responsibility for the light bearer to guide the workers and to light the way.
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103. YelloworangeRose
3:22 PM GMT on October 19, 2014


I was here LOL
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102. OrangeRoses
1:44 PM GMT on October 19, 2014
Yes, almost missed it. I see the Beacon flashing! D B > d is the tower b is the light shining in the darkness for all to see and there's a light worker in fact many more now since the original pneuma breathed upon the earth. ( this was just a few maybe 8 or 10 yrs ago).

B. mmmwhaaa

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101. OrangeRoses
1:30 PM GMT on October 19, 2014


What a nice nice nice Blog! I am so pleased you are making it and updating, some automatically which is good and all the other comments you peoetically versed!

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100. YelloworangeRose
12:53 PM GMT on October 19, 2014
99. YelloworangeRose
11:54 AM GMT on October 19, 2014
WE did not make it to the world record for the biggest human pink ribbon. Some of the participants thought of choosing another color of T-shirt as a group. Some had green, orange, and white so they were not able to join the ribbon challenge we got short by 200 people. We did make the awareness for the breast cancer.
We got the world record for the biggest Zumba Class with dancing continuously for at least 30 seconds. I dance till 38 MINUTES and decided to re hydrate then danced again and gradually stopping.
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98. YelloworangeRose
11:52 AM GMT on October 19, 2014
Mike - I too hope nothing will happen on this 25th anniversary of that damaging earthquake. We had that same fear when the anniversary of last year's earthquake was coming. The photo you posted is very scary I think the passengers fell and died. I looked at the other photos and saw some areas had fire. We did not have something like that last year yet the feeling of fear that the shaking would not stop was in my mind and it got me more scared. Our place could one day get a big one as they have been saying we have this fault . Maybe i will just say hakuna matata and convince myself not to worry Come what may (LOL just thought they are both songs)^_^.

WW, will be glad to see your wonderful photos. I always enjoy looking at them all.
I hope many will join the water for Congo Project.
I think it would be good to have a "save the rain water project" in areas where they got lot of rain and most of these rains causes flood.
Make some reservoir, process the water, fill in water tank trailers and transport to these areas that needed water. It would be a big project and may need a lot of money but it is like hitting two birds in one stone. Manila, the capital area always gets flooded when it rains for just one whole day. If we got those water catchers they would not be flooded and at the same time solving the need of water in some part of our world but i do not think our government could afford to do that. There are flood control projects but most of them is making water way to send the water to the rivers then to the seas. But I still think collecting rain water could minimize flooding and at the same time quench the thirst of our brothers and sisters in Africa.


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97. WeatherWise
9:50 PM GMT on October 18, 2014
Hi YOR, Thanks for the visits to my blog and your nice comments about my son's video. It was a beautiful day in Virginia today viewing the mountains around Roanoke and the beautiful fall foliage on every roadway, today. The prettiest view was always right where no place to stop. Will post some photos in a bit.
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96. clearlakemike
5:54 PM GMT on October 18, 2014
Hi YOR, interesting to learn about the Bohol earthquake. Ah, yes, the Pacific Rim...earthquakes, typhoons, we get it all. Yesterday was the 25th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Source.

25 years ago: 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake
A magnitude-6.9 earthquake rocked Northern California, killing 62 people and leaving over 12,000 homeless. All electricity was knocked out for three days and damage was estimated at over $6 billion.


Hopefully, today will be "uneventful". Just a gentle rain giver.
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95. YelloworangeRose
12:40 AM GMT on October 18, 2014
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The Pink Ribbon



The pink ribbon is an international symbol of breast cancer awareness. Pink ribbons, and the color pink in general, identify the wearer or promoter with the breast cancer brand and express moral support for women with breast cancer. Pink ribbons are most commonly seen during National
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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94. YelloworangeRose
11:05 PM GMT on October 17, 2014
I was strolling around on WUgarden and I found an interesting information on a friend's blog She was sharing the Youtube generator of ROBDAHOOD (Thank you sir) and I did try it and since Trick or treat is soon to arrive, I chose this topic.



YES! it worked!
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93. YelloworangeRose
9:24 PM GMT on October 16, 2014
24-Hour Public Weather Forecast
Issued at: 5:00 AM 17 October 2014

SYNOPSIS: At 4:00 am today, the Low Pressure Area (LPA) was estimated based on all available data at 250 km east of Catarman, Eastern Samar (12.5˚N, 127.0˚E). Northeast Monsoon affecting Northern Luzon.

FORECAST: Metro Manila, Bicol region, Central Luzon, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA and the provinces of Samar and Panay island will experience cloudy skies with light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms. Cagayan Valley and Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) will have cloudy skies with light rains. The rest of the country will be partly cloudy to cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms.

Moderate to strong winds blowing from the northeast will prevail over Luzon and Western Visayas and the coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough. Elsewhere, winds will be light to moderate coming from the east to northeast with slight to moderate seas.

OVER METRO MANILA:

Maximum Temperature: 1:50 PM Yesterday --- 32.5°C
Minimum Temperature: 6:00 AM Yesterday --- 22.1°C

Maximum Relative Humidity: 6:00 AM Yesterday --- 97 %
Minimum Relative Humidity: 2:00 PM Yesterday --- 49 %

Low Tide Today: 12:44 PM ..... 0.09 Meter
High Tide Tomorrow: 4:46 AM ..... 0.80 Meter

Sunrise Today: 5:47 AM
Sunset Today: 5:35 PM

Moonset Today: 1:08 PM
Moonrise Tomorrow: 1:07 AM
Illumination Tomorrow: 30 %
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92. YelloworangeRose
8:20 PM GMT on October 16, 2014
Hi Shirley, I like the way you put the words beside the photos. Yes i think it is an amazing tree too. i am not sure of we got magnolias here in our place. Glad you are feeling better and shoulder is healing. Happy Thursday! it is friday Morning here for me.
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91. WeatherWise
4:04 PM GMT on October 16, 2014
Hi YOR,
It wass a cool 58 F here at almost 11 but with sunshine.
Now it is almost 12 and has climbed on up to 63 F
Going for a walk soon. Hope you enjoy your nice
day! This is a photo of the seed pods on the
magnolias in the neighborhood. Quite an amazing
tree, I think.
Happy Thursday!
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90. YelloworangeRose
10:15 PM GMT on October 14, 2014
Good Morning.. I had a good sleep and my day started good and happy.
BTW! Today is a year anniversary of that nasty 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit our place and hit Bohol the most damage and toppled many of our old churches. But it never toppled our faith and never will. All Church bells will ring! Ambulance and police cars will alarm! and all vehicle will honk! honk! and beep! beep! in Bohol. There will be Catholic mass while there will also be services for the other religious orders too.. today, when 8 am strike, Like what we do when New year comes.. they make it Loud.

Sharing what gives me JOY....
I am sharing here mp3s of Chris Long Hope you enjoy them to as I did. I am trying to search for the lyrics but its about time to water the plants and get ready for office... so L8ters.

THE LIVING HOPE >>>Link

FLY LIKE THE EAGLE mp3 this way >>>>>Link

CONTENTEMENT MP3 >>>>Link

THEORIES COME AND GO mp3. Oh i live this one the most >>>>>>Link

A cold Moon >>Link

JUST WANNA BE HOME WITH YOU mp3.... ummm I know you know i mean you??? don't you ?? ^_^>>>>>Link

HOPE REST IN YOU mp3 >>>>Link

LET GO mp3 Oh I love this one too! >>>>Link

IT'S DONE mp3>>>Link

REMAIN mp3>>>> yeah remain! yes ! I mean You! LOL>>>>>Link

i do not own these mp3. I wanted to share to others these things that gives me joy below is about the owner .
All tracks written, produced, and performed by Chris Long 1996-2008, except as follows:
Track 5 written by Becky Long - Copyright by Becky Long 1999
Track 11 words by Frank Harris 2005, Copyright by Frank Harris 2005. Music by Frank Harris & Chris Long 2005-2006.
Track 17 words by Fanny Crosby, published 1875 - Public Domain. Music adapted from Robert Lowry's original tune as well as Rich Mullins' adaptation

Mixed and Mastered by Chris Long, 2006-2008. All tracks Copyright by Chris Long 2008. All rights reserved.

"1 Peter 1:3-9. We have a Living Hope that never fails. Even in those times when we feel we "just wanna be home" (Romans 8:22-25), He is an anchor that never wavers, never fails - our sustainer through this life leading us to the life to come. He Is our hope and He Is Alive! Our faith is in Him. We don't always understand what happens here and it certainly sometimes hurts, but one thing is clear: WE HAVE HOPE! Through our faith in Him, we will one day be forever with our Living Hope in Heaven. We will dance. We will rejoice. And we will be home.

I'll see you there. - Chris Long, 2008"
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89. YelloworangeRose
8:20 PM GMT on October 14, 2014
Hi WW,
Thanks for stopping by and for sharing your photo.
Wow you are brave to go outside and take a picture of the moon. Lovely shot of the ever beautiful Moon. i just woke up about 30 minutes ago. slept 8pm my time and woke up 7 hours after. our body needs training too especially the body clock. Once we stay awake late, it remembers it so it changes the time we get sleepy. I used to sleep 10 or 11 pm my time and wake up 6 am . That blood moon I was so sleepy even while i was yet waiting for dinner and after dinner i went to bed and that started the change of my schedule. now, i buffer a movie read blogs then doze off and sleep. ^_^ try not to do something that keep you interested when its soon bed time turn off that machine and just lay down calmly, and you would get sleepy.Force the body to sleep ^_^ . I remember a dear departed friend of mine named Joseph ~ when someone visit our chat room and say " I can't sleep", He always say its easy to get sleepy... lay down close your eyes tight and you doze off. At first I thought he was just joking but after long time he was gone, When i had a hard time sleeping, I remembered what he said and was grinning but tried it anyway. i was closing my eyes but my mind was fully awake .. remembered a lot of things , remembered people, events but then i did not notice when i got sleepy I just slept and woke up in the morning and thought it did work. try it maybe it will work for you too. Maybe sleep fairy is far away and busy LOL
Have a good sleep Zzzzzzzz.
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88. WeatherWise
7:54 PM GMT on October 14, 2014
Hi YOR, HOpe you are well, today. I know about those can't get to sleep nights. I got a peek at the moon just before going to bed. I was surprised to even see it as it had been raining. At the time it was VERY foggy. Just knowing the moon was actually out was enough to set me in motion. It was behind the trees - got a not so great shot. Just had to wait for it to make it over the trees which was even later. Then when I headed on to bed finally, I was wide awake - worked an entire wordfind puzzle and still wide awake. Usualy after about one or two words I am dozing on off. Not last night. Perhaps it was the pull of the moon. Who knows.


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87. YelloworangeRose
3:56 AM GMT on October 14, 2014
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86. YelloworangeRose
3:40 AM GMT on October 14, 2014

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85. YelloworangeRose
9:36 PM GMT on October 13, 2014
PAGASA renews ashfall alert over Albay
October 13, 2014 10:17am

Three areas in Albay province may be affected by ash fall should Mayon Volcano erupt in the next 24 hours, state weather agency PAGASA said.

The occurrence of a violent eruption is unpredictable, but PAGASA has been giving regular updates warning those areas most likely to be affected. These forecasts change from day to day, depending on wind direction, rainfall, and other weather conditions.

In a 9 a.m. special weather forecast, Pagasa said these include:

Sto. Domingo
Bacacay
Rapu-Rapu

After a lava flow Sunday, at least two volcanic quakes were recorded at restive Mayon Volcano in the last 24 hours, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said Monday morning.

In its 8 a.m. update, Phivolcs also noted "moderate to voluminous emission" of white steam plumes drifting northeast, though no crater glow was observed Sunday night.

This means Mayon is still in a state of unrest due to the movement of potentially eruptible magma, it said.

On Sunday, Phivolcs had said a "short and stubby" lava flow about 350 meters long was noted, but the alert level at Mayon remained at "3," meaning an eruption is due in weeks.

Phivolcs said Sunday's lava flow "slowly and quietly" flowed down the eastern side of Bonga Gully along the southeast slope of Mayon.

More than 12,000 families had been evacuated from the danger zone since the alert level there was raised to 3 last month. —Joel Locsin/KG, GMA News
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84. YelloworangeRose
8:48 PM GMT on October 13, 2014
Hi BC,
Glad you were able to finally see the weather data. I am trying to figure out how to post the webcam live on here but i am not sure if they allow people to do that since i could not see anything that maybe used to post it here like embed thing or etc. I love to click the webcam and then expand it as it shows the place.Like looking at our place on a 3 am when i am just inside home since i rarely go out at this time of the day.
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83. BriarCraft
1:22 AM GMT on October 13, 2014
After I clicked "Mactan" and then the round thingy in the upper left corner, I got to see a slide show of different satellite images of the storms to the east of you.

The "pumpkin" sun is interesting. I like how it shows solar activity that we could never see otherwise.
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82. YelloworangeRose
2:00 PM GMT on October 12, 2014
After the Blood Moon comes the Pumpkin Sun
October 11, 2014 1:16pm

It looks like the Moon isn't the only heavenly body giving the skies a creepy feel this month.

After last Wednesday's "Blood Moon" comes the "Pumpkin Sun" as captured by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration last Wednesday, October 8.

Last Wednesday, the moon took on a blood-colored appearance during a total lunar eclipse.

"Active regions on the sun combined to look something like a jack-o-lantern’s face on Oct. 8, 2014. The active regions appear brighter because those are areas that emit more light and energy – markers of an intense and complex set of magnetic fields hovering in the sun’s atmosphere, the corona," NASA's Goodard Space Flight Center said.

The GSFC posted on its webpage four images of the "Pumpkin Sun" as taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory.

Four of the images were in 335, 193, 171 and 304 angstrom extreme ultraviolet light.

The fifth was a blend of 171 and 193 angstrom light.

Tech site Mashable said the images were released October 10, noting the blended image was "NASA's version of an Instagram filter."

"On October 8, the day the Blood Moon haunted the skies, the sun looked eerily like a Jack O'Lantern," it said. — Joel Locsin /LBG, GMA News
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81. YelloworangeRose
7:28 PM GMT on October 10, 2014
Hi WW,
Thanks for this cutie . I got so sleepy early last night and i woke up about 2am my time. I tried to go back sleep but i am like one that just had a coffee awake at 3 am LOL. have a great weekend
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80. WeatherWise
6:28 PM GMT on October 10, 2014
Hi Yor! A little butterfly for you - I found it holding its own with all of the bumblebees and other butterflies.

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79. WeatherWise
11:49 PM GMT on October 09, 2014
Hi YOR, I hope you have had a good week! It is almost the weekend! Where did the week go?
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78. YelloworangeRose
10:28 PM GMT on October 09, 2014
Hi Briar,
Thanks for the visit. There were times when we get typhoons on April which is supposed to be our summer season. July to November is our rainy season and most of the typhoon visits October and November. I just realized i typed "click where you are " for the instruction of the weather camera. I should have typed click the location you want to watch, in my case I click Mactan since it is nearest to where i live.
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77. BriarCraft
11:58 PM GMT on October 08, 2014
I didn't manage to get the Weather Camera to work, but I did click on the Cyclone Track and found that the latest cyclone is staying well away from you. That is good new.

Just curious: What months are your typical cyclone/typhoon season?
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76. YelloworangeRose
11:37 PM GMT on October 03, 2014
Pag-asa cyclone track for Cebu and the whole country
The Weather Camera at Mactan, Cebu Weather Camera Click the link, make sure you see the "tools" then click weather camera, choose the location you want to watch (Mine is in Mactan) and point your cursor to the round thing in the map and you could peek. you can click the "tools" off and on so you see the place enough. Going to try to post the camera here when i find out how . So l8trs
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75. YelloworangeRose
11:38 AM GMT on October 03, 2014
Hi Briar,
LOL that is a funny cat. Thanks for sharing the video.^_^
I get those stories in science alert, NBC and this one is from BBC. I get them posted in my FB. Yes i get interested on new species and some of those that we don't see around in our day to day activity. That video was sort of a surprise to those who was doing a documentary about the wonders of monsoon in Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo and when they checked what they got, it surprised them to see this thing. There are things around us that we are not aware of especially in places like kinabalu and those in the jungle. When I was young a relative of my friend who worked in a logging firm in Mindanao said there were big snakes who could fly and chased them. It got me interested to see them and imagined if they would look like the flying lizard which i used to watch as they move from one tree to another i was about 8 years old then.
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74. BriarCraft
4:47 AM GMT on October 03, 2014
Where on earth do you find some of the stories you post here??? Not long ago, you posted something about an giant insect bigger than your hand. Now, you have a story about a giant leech. You must have a fascination for strange creatures. Don't get me wrong. I am not complaining because it is interesting, but I never run across stuff like that except here.

Not much new or exciting to talk about, so I will leave you with the latest Simon's Cat video. I don't know if you like cats, but they do have a great fondness for freshly laundered towels or blankets. And they also like spiders.



I hope no more typhoons come your way, and also that your sister's home is nice and dry again.
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73. WeatherWise
3:13 PM GMT on October 02, 2014
Hi YOR, There was a pretty yellow rose that won a blue ribbon, too.
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72. YelloworangeRose
9:52 PM GMT on October 01, 2014
Hi Gardengirl Thank you for dropping by May you have happy October days too.
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71. GardenGrrl
3:59 PM GMT on October 01, 2014
White RabbitsX3 (from Corgibird at Flickr)

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70. YelloworangeRose
3:18 PM GMT on October 01, 2014
Thank you for the October Days greeting! Hope you too will have a good one.
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69. WeatherWise
1:06 PM GMT on October 01, 2014
Hi YOR, It's October


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68. YelloworangeRose
4:41 AM GMT on October 01, 2014
Another New Specie???

Watch as a Monster leech swallows giant worm Click here


WATCH: Worm-eating leech feeds in world-first footage
BEC CREW
MONDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER 2014
For the first time, the feeding activity of one of the world's biggest leeches has been caught on film, and it's just as disgusting as you might expect.
The species is not yet known to science but it's one of the biggest, reddest leeches in the world . Spotted recently in the forest of Mount Kinabalu, the biggest mountain in Borneo, it's been granted the rather apt nickname, the Giant Red Leech. Here it is, filmed for the first time by a BBC film crew, hoovering down a worm for the new documentary called Wonders of the Monsoon.
The leech is a whopping 30 centimetres long, but experts suggest the species probably grows even larger than that. Because of its huge size, the leech bypasses the blood-sucking feeding behaviour of its smaller relatives and simply swallows its prey whole - seen here sucking down a worm that's almost 80 centimetres long.
The leech seeks out its worm prey by picking up on its scent and figuring out which end to start chowing down on. "It was either searching for an end to grab, or was working out whether it was too big to eat, documentary director Paul Williams told Sarah Knapton at The Telegraph. "When it found an end, it started to suck. It was incredible. The result is that we could confirm the predatory behaviour of a rarely-seen and unidentified species for the first time.
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67. YelloworangeRose
10:12 PM GMT on September 30, 2014
I did double post again.
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66. YelloworangeRose
10:09 PM GMT on September 30, 2014
Halloween Tip No. 1
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Tips on how to make a spiderweb make up for halloween
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65. YelloworangeRose
9:29 PM GMT on September 30, 2014
Hi WW,
Thank you for the friendship rose and for remembering me when you saw one.Happy First of October. Yes where did time go. it went so fast that we did not notice it fly away.
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64. WeatherWise
9:09 PM GMT on September 30, 2014
Hi YOR, One More Post!
A friend taught me a long time ago that the yellow rose was a symbol for friendship.

So here is to all of my good blogger friends! Happy Last Day of September!





Still not the rose show - a rose that I found in a beautiful streetside garden this am.
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63. WeatherWise
12:30 AM GMT on September 30, 2014
Hi YOR! Can you believe it is almost October? I can not! Where does time go? Seems times just carries me on whether I am ready or not!

We had rain today - I finally went for a walk late and still found raindrops on the yellow canna lily - no butterflies today.


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62. YelloworangeRose
12:34 PM GMT on September 27, 2014
Good Morning! enjoy the market. It was a hot day today. My mama and me visited my 92 year old aunt today and they sang and it was a good day. Thank you for visiting. Have a nice day.
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61. WeatherWise
12:30 PM GMT on September 27, 2014
Good Morning! Happy Saturday! Hope you are having a good day. We are having a cool start this morning: It is a cool 52 degrees F here at 8:20 this am. It is going to be cool at the market, I am sure. Going to wear a little jacket and perhaps not tarry quite as long today.
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60. YelloworangeRose
6:33 AM GMT on September 26, 2014
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59. YelloworangeRose
2:49 AM GMT on September 26, 2014
Quoting 58. OrangeRoses:
Last October we had a strong damaging earthquake here. I hope Mayon is not going to cause another one. I hope no dejavu is going to happen October (Earthquake) and November (Haiyan)
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