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"From its chamber comes the whirlwind, and cold from the scattering winds." - Job 37:9.

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Friday, October 2, 2009

How Much Can One Blurb (Blog) About Blue Sky?

("Bird of Paradise" in Canaveral)
Blue blue blue. That's all one can see when looking upward from Canaveral today. But if you can believe it, it actually rained overnight just to the west of here, in one report over an inch. Yet at 8am there wasn't a trace of it (in the sky) to be seen. I thought I saw something on radar at 6am upon awakening for a short time but figured it was ground clutter. Guess I figured wrong.

In any case, the weather seems to be running on schedule with no more hiccups to occur in the near least thru the weekend. There is a teensy chance of a shower on Sunday but for now I'm forgoing the possibility along the immediate coast. Inland areas seem to have the best chance, and maybe around Tampa Bay later on Sunday. But probably not the 'thundery' type.

All in all, it still looks like an uneventful weekend weather wise..but plenty of events across the country such as the Air Show in Cocoa Beach, a boat show in the Tampa area, the OZtoberfest in Kansas, and the hot air balloon festival in New Mexico which will surely be 'advertised' on The Weather Channel.