Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Keep The Comments Coming! No One Needs To Apologize!

Hey everyone! I just wanted to say that this blog is something I do as a hobby. I work otherwise, and I enjoy doing the weather blog for everyone! I enjoy bringing you all my thoughts on the weather and I'm very glad you take the time out of your day to read what I have to say. Thank You! And this is a Blog! So yes, please feel free to post whatever you want as long as it's clean! Positive comments toward me, Or Negative comments toward me! Whatever you want. I don't take anyone of it to hart. It's all for fun! This is a fun blog and none of my bloggers need to apologize for anything! So please continue to comment and have fun. This is the most comments my blog has seen in awhile anyway lol :)

Now lets get to the weather! Take a look at this bloggers. While we have seen nothing but cloudy skies across the area the past week, other places have seen a beautiful show in the clear night sky!

NORRSKEN: "I stepped outside to walk my old black lab tonight, Jan. 24th, when I heard a friend yell norrsken! (Swedish for aurora)," reports Chad Blakley of Abisko National Park, Sweden. "I ran inside to grab my camera, but I needn't have hurried because the lights danced and played for more than two hours." He took this picture using his Nikon D7000:"It was another great night of Northern Lights here in Abisko!" adds Blakley. "I guess I owe these shots to my dog."

The sun helped a little, too. The display was caused by an episode of "south-pointing Bz." The interplanetary magnetic field near Earth tipped south, opening a hole in Earth's magnetosphere; solar wind poured in to fuel the display. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert as Bz continues to favor polar auroras on Jan. 25th.

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If there is one thing that I would love to see in person someday it would have to be the Northern Lights! I have seen so many amazing pictures and could only imagine what it would be like to look up and see them for myself! WOW!

Well, we may not have any northern lights in the forecast here in Indiana bloggers. However what about some sun?? Or will we remain in the clouds? Well, right now I'm looking for Partly cloudy skies through out the viewing area tomorrow! So a few peaks of sun are in the forecast. Now a lot of you have been asking about snow! And when more could be on the way. Well I put together this map below.


That's right. For the rest of this month it's looking like the only snow we would see will be in Clipper form! (Alberta Clipper Systems) So nothing BIG! However I'm still watching the weather pattern over the first week of February as models at this time show some precipitation moving into the area. And I will continue to keep everyone posted on this as we continue to move closer.

Here's your Wednesday - Thursday quick cast below.

Quick Cast.....

Wednesday we are looking for Partly cloudy skies across the viewing area through out the day. Highs will be around 30* degrees with lows that night around 14* degrees. Winds will be light between 5 and 8 mph.

Our high temperatures will range between the upper 20s and low 30s from now through Sunday. And as for our lows, They will range between the upper teens and low 20s between Thursday night and Saturday night. It's looking like we will see another COOL DOWN by the start of next week!

Thursday we will look for mostly cloudy skies in the morning however a few :PM snow showers are looking likely! Only minor snow accumulation is expected at this time. Expect highs around 28* degrees with lows Thursday night around 24* degrees. Winds will be light between 5 and 10 mph.
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That's the latest for now bloggers. Stay safe and God Bless! Remember you can always send me your weather pictures and reports to Dobby1717@aol.com

I enjoy reading what you all have to say so lets get some Comments going! ;)

Feel free to talk it up! :)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great job!! I enjoy reading your blog everyday.
Thanks for keeping us informed.

Anonymous said...

I just hope we get to see one good snowfall before the season ends. It seems like there is a bubbble over Lafayette or something. All of the big systems seem to always go around us. Is there a true reason for this to happen or is it just coincidence?

Brad, If you read this, I apologize for being so testy. My bad.


Duane