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By: iahishome, 4:52 AM GMT on August 30, 2007
Here is a time-lapse video of the total lunar eclipse that occurred on August 27th, 2007.My apologies for the variations in brightness and the poor focus. My camera is not the best and I'm not a professional, but it still captures what happened pretty well.CheersDan
By: iahishome, 5:08 PM GMT on August 28, 2007
Though I didn't get any thunderstorms, I did get a good demonstration of wind-shear. Clouds can clearly be seen blowing two different directions in this 2.5 hour time-lapse movie over Southern California.Thunderstorms did form in Southern California on this day, but the vantage point I chose to photograph them was poor. We had one major storm near 29 Palms and one come ashore near San Clemente that then weakened rapidly.I also recorded a time-lapse of the lunar ec...
By: iahishome, 2:14 AM GMT on August 26, 2007
Hi all,I hope to capitalize on Dean's leftover moisture being pumped up this way by a weak upper level low off the coast of Baja.I'm heading out tomorrow to try to make a time-lapse movie of thunderstorms forming over Mount San Gorgonio in Southern California...Wish me luck. I'll post results if I succeed.
By: iahishome, 3:52 PM GMT on July 02, 2007
The media has not picked up on this yet, but it's going to be a tough week electrically with this enormous heatwave in the west.Check out the current situation at:California ISOThe green line is expected supply... The gray line is forecast demand, the maroon line is actual demand thus far with an adjusted forecast for the next few hours...I've never seen the forecast demand and capacity so close together before... Not even in the manufactured energy crisis circa 200...
By: iahishome, 7:57 PM GMT on September 08, 2006
OK, I noticed this forecast for Sunday and I thought it was hilarious enough to post:Notice that Sunday night is not applicable...Don't worry, Monday morning had a temperature, so it shouldn't be the end of the world.I've noticed we've got an El Nino event forming in the Pacific. Dr. Masters noticed that as well. Hopefully, that will bode well for the Atlantic Hurricane Season and gas prices.I'd post weather updates for Southern California, but there's not much in...
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