Sunny this morning then a mix of sun and cloud with 30% chance of showers late this afternoon. High 22. Humidex 25. UV index 7 or high. With Moderate Winds. Partly cloudy with 30% chance of showers this evening. Low 12. Currently we have clear sky’s, a temperature of 13, our winds are calm but will increase to 15 km/h throughout the day.
Currently we have NO weather warnings and NO marine weather/wind warnings.
Our community FIRE DANGER remains at LOW : Fires likely to be self-extinguishing and new ignitions unlikely. Any existing fires limited to smoldering in deep, drier layers.
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Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
Anticrepuscular Rays Converge Opposite the Sun
Image Credit & Copyright: Juraj Patekar
Explanation: Is there ever anything interesting to see in the direction opposite the Sun? Sometimes there is. Notable items include your own shadow, a shadow of the Moon during a total solar eclipse, a full moon — in eclipse if the alignment’s good enough, a full earth, planets at opposition, glints from planets, the gegenschein from interplanetary dust, the center of a rainbow, hall-of-mountain fogbows, an airplane glory, and something yet again different if your timing, clouds and Sun position are just right. This different effect starts with clouds near the Sun that are causing common crepuscular rays to stream though. In the featured rare image taken from an airplane in mid-April, these beamswere caught converging 180 degrees around, on the opposite side of the sky from the Sun, where they are called anticrepuscular rays. Therefore, it may look like something bright is shining at the antisolar point near the image center, but actually it is reverse-shining because, from your direction, light is streaming in, not out.Tomorrow’s picture: star bright