Mainly cloudy with 30% chance of flurries today. Wind up to 15 km/h. High -1. Wind chill -10 this morning and -4 this afternoon. Cloudy with 60% chance of flurries tonight. Wind up to 15 km/h. Low -7. Wind chill -7 this evening and -12 overnight. Currently we have isolated scattered flurries a temperature of -3 and our winds are calm but will increase to 15-25 km/h into the evening hours.
Currently we have NO weather warnings BUT there is a MARINE WEATHER/WIND WARNINGS FOR THE LAKE TODAY: Winds Issued 03:00 AM CDT 28 October 2019 Today Tonight and Tuesday. Strong wind warning in effect. Wind northwest 15 knots diminishing to light early this morning then becoming west 10 early this afternoon. Wind veering to north 10 late this afternoon then increasing to north 20 early this evening. Wind diminishing to northwest 15 Tuesday afternoon.
Our highways in and around our area are SNOW PACKED AND SLIPPERY. PLEASE TAKE CAUTION WHEN DRIVING ON OUR NORTHERN/CENTRAL/SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN HIGHWAYS.
HAVE A GREAT MONDAY!
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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.
The Space Station Crosses a Spotless Sun
Image Credit & Copyright: Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau
Explanation: Typically, the International Space Station is visible only at night. Slowly drifting across the night sky as it orbits the Earth, the International Space Station (ISS) can be seen as a bright spot about once a month from many locations. The ISS is then visible only just after sunset or just before sunrise because it shines by reflected sunlight — once the ISS enters the Earth’s shadow, it will drop out of sight. The only occasion when the ISS is visible during the day is when it passes right in front of the Sun. Then, it passes so quickly that only cameras taking short exposures can visually freeze the ISS’s silhouette onto the background Sun. The featured picture did exactly that — it is actually a series of images taken a month ago from Santa Fe, Argentina with perfect timing. This image series was later combined with a separate image highlighting the texture of the spotless Sun, and an image bringing up the Sun’s prominences around the edge. At an unusually low Solar Minimum, the Sun has gone without sunspots now for most of 2019.Follow APOD in English on: Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, or Twitter
Tomorrow’s picture: red robot