The hot and dry weather continues over the region today but there are now hints of an increase in humidity on-going. This increase will continue through the Labor Day weekend becoming hot and humid across the area. Morning lows today were in the upper 60s to lower 70s with lots of dew at daybreak. The next several mornings will be quite wet with dew along with some patchy fog. During the afternoon and early evening hours that increase in moisture will lead to the development of scattered thundershowers, mainly over the inland area whereas the beaches and coastal areas will probably remain rain free. The bulk of the tropics remain very quiet with nothing to worry about for us over the next several days as we approach the heart of the hurricane season.
- Prokop -
The Current Forecast for Monday, April 23, 2012 Today: Sunny, cool and breezy with west winds up to 25 mph. Highs in the upper 60's. Tonight: Clear and cold with decreasing winds. Lows in the lowMore >>
International Space Station Viewing:
The International Space Station along with the Space Shuttle Discovery will be visible this week in the evening. Wednesday will be a spectacular view as the shuttle pulls away, plus the pairing will be very bright.
|International Space Station Viewing|
|Tue 10-Jun||8:40 PM||-1.0||NNW-ESE|
|Tue 10-Jun||10:17 PM||+0.3||W-SW|
|Wed 11-Jun||9:02 PM||-2.1||NW-SE|
|Thu 12-Jun||9:25 PM||+0.3||W-SSW|
|Fri 13-Jun||8:34 PM||+0.3||W-SSW|
Time The beginning of the view
Magnitude Brightness ... the more negative the value, the brighter. 0 would be equal to the brightness of the stars in the big dipper ... -2.1 is like Jupiter ... -4.3 is like Venus
Direction Direction on the compass of the beginning of view to the direction of end of view.
Click this link for additional information and dates in our area www.wtoc.com/story/6679020/iss-pass-as-seen-from-wtoc