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Old Aug 12th, 2019, 10:27 PM   #42531
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22C with clear skies at just past 10PM.

Any sign of the Perseid meteor shower???



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Any sign of the Perseid meteor shower???



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Yes. I looked out of an easterly facing window a few times between midnight and 5AM and saw some nice streakers.
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27C with dark clouds and a strong breeze. Dare I hope for some real rain? We shall see.
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Cloudy skies with 20C temps as we near 10PM
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Yes. I looked out of an easterly facing window a few times between midnight and 5AM and saw some nice streakers.

I cannot believe that my normal bladder alert or call didn't kick in at all last night, at least not until about 6 a.m., when my wife informed me when she looked out around 2-3 a.m. that the sky was 80% cloud.

Maybe tonight's sky will be a little bit clearer, and maybe my bladder alarm will kick in so I can get up and view during a peak viewing time.

Damned if I'm going to set any alarm to wake me up to do so!!!


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Old Aug 14th, 2019, 12:05 AM   #42536
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I cannot believe that my normal bladder alert or call didn't kick in at all last night, at least not until about 6 a.m., when my wife informed me when she looked out around 2-3 a.m. that the sky was 80% cloud.



Maybe tonight's sky will be a little bit clearer, and maybe my bladder alarm will kick in so I can get up and view during a peak viewing time.



Damned if I'm going to set any alarm to wake me up to do so!!!





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As we continue with the summer that isn't another five days of rain in the next week.
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I cannot believe that my normal bladder alert or call didn't kick in at all last night, at least not until about 6 a.m., when my wife informed me when she looked out around 2-3 a.m. that the sky was 80% cloud.

Maybe tonight's sky will be a little bit clearer, and maybe my bladder alarm will kick in so I can get up and view during a peak viewing time.

Damned if I'm going to set any alarm to wake me up to do so!!!


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19C at just past 8AM, with the morning fog being burned away by the sun. Should be another sunny day ................. with no rain until next week.
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Very sunny with 24C temps as we inch towards noon. No rain in the forecast until next week.
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