TONIGHT’S WEATHER (AND OTHER VARIOUS) HEADLINES:
What’s-left-of-Sandy sends clouds into the Mid-South… Another round of frost possible tonight…
I stay up too late taking pictures of satellites… Bits and pieces of comets starting to rain down on us…
Your typical Tuesday for the most part.
SANDY SENDS CLOUDS OUR WAY…
As Sandy wraps up and heads out, the flow around the storm brings clouds into the WREG viewing area around and into west Tennessee. Almost blocked out tonight’s ISS flyover, but not quite. More on that in a minute.
JACK FROST, ROUND III
A more widespread chance of frost tonight. The counties shaded in blue are under a Frost Advisory from 2-9A Wednesday morning.
TONIGHT’S FLYOVER FROM THE BACKYARD…
One of the best shots tonight from my backyard tonight as the International Space Station sinks towards the southeast horizon.
TAURID METEOR SHOWER 2012
Several reports of fireballs already over the last few days as the 2012 version of the Taurid Meteor Shower begins to peak towards this weekend. If things are this active now, it could be a good show by the weekend.
As always: more later. Stay tuned. Comments/questions/suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org