Monday, November 2, 2009

First Below Zero in Fairbanks

Yesterday it got down to minus six in Fairbanks.  Guess our "Indian Summer" is almost over, as our area trees sheds the last of their leaves.  Enough times you can tell weather patterns by what is going on in Fairbanks (several days into the future) but not always.  We'll see.  After all, it is November.  Their high yesterday was 15 above; right now it is 9 above.

Meanwhile, in Longyearbyen, Norway, 6am here, noontime (or maybe it's 11am now with Standard Time) not even a trace of pink on the horizon...and it is still light enough to see but you also see lights on in buildings.  And at Bernardo O'Higgins in Antarctica, the penguins hunker down.  They are still getting snow in their springtime.

So go the changes of the season, all over the world.

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