WED, HIGH 85°
THU, HIGH 86°
FRI, HIGH 88°
SAT, HIGH 86°
Now on both Friday and Saturday the MOS models are calling for highs in the upper 80s to low 90s possible. However like I said above the MOS models have been running a few degrees above what the real temperature has been reaching. So with that being said I have gone with another model which is calling for the highs posted above. I think they will be much closer to the real time temperature as of the latest model data. So yes, currently we are cooler then we were this time last week however not as cool as we would like to be! So in that case I found something that I feel may help cool you all off if only for a moment! ;)
It's called "Green Snow". And it's in tonight's forecast in Antarctica!! Take a look below.
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GREEN SNOW: Tonight's weather forecast in Antarctica calls for a 35% chance of green snow. Yes, green. It turns that color during geomagnetic storms, as shown in this August 1st photo from Nick Roden of Australia's Davis Station on the Antarctic coast:
"We've had some fantastic aurora displays lately--bright enough to reflect from the snow," says Roden. In addition to the green auroras, there is also a green laser lancing up from the research station in the background. "That's our LIDAR, which we use to study the upper atmosphere."
A new episode of green may be in the offing. A coronal mass ejection (CME) is expected to deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field on Aug. 17th or 18th, and NOAA forecasters estimate a 35% chance of polar geomagnetic activity when the cloud arrives.