Have a happy and safe Easter, everyone! Don’t eat TOO much chocolate! I will admit it’s pretty tough to eat TOO much chocolate, though… :-)
Encouraging news for New Mexico regarding spring and summer weather! The latest seasonal outlooks were released today…there is still a better chance for above average temperatures next month and into the summer.
A pleasant potential change is that we have better chances for above average rain this summer for the first time in a LONG time. The first two images show temps and precip for May/June/July, but it looks more encouraging for July/August/September (3rd & 4th images)! Hopefully El Nino will end up being good for the Land of Enchantment! :-)
Watching the Moon being taken away right now in the sky. I’m convinced that it’s actually Vladimir Putin taking the Moon for himself…probably claiming that a majority of ethnic Russians live there and it’s what they really want.
All joking aside, what a beautiful view right now…wow…
There is a total lunar eclipse that we’ll be able to see late tonight and early Tuesday morning, New Mexico! Stay up late or set your alarm! Enjoy! Details:
Partial umbral eclipse begins: 11:58 p.m. MDT on April 14
Total eclipse begins: 1:07 a.m. MDT on April 15
Greatest eclipse: 1:46 a.m. MDT
Total eclipse ends: 2:25 a.m. MDT
Partial eclipse ends: 3:33 a.m. MDT
The International Space Station will be visible again tonight, New Mexico! Moving SW to NE from ~8:11 to ~8:17 PM…enjoy!
If we’re really lucky, Kentucky and UConn will be at halftime while it glides overhead! :-)
At first glance, this appears to be stocked in the wrong section of the store. Upon further review, however, it’s making a lot of sense… :-)
Enjoy the relatively wind-free day today, New Mexico…just breezes. :-) That lovely spring wind will be stronger Tuesday through Thursday…right on schedule…
The International Space Station will be visible to us again, New Mexico! Look from NNW to ENE for 4 minutes at 6:00AM Monday…have a great night! :-)