Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Denver: snow; storm tracks; long shore

If you notice the headings of these posts, you will be surprised to find this one coming from Denver.  That is Denver, North Carolina, not far north of Charlotte, to which we flew on Sunday to spend a few pleasant days with Carol’s parents.  This afternoon Carol will drive the two of us to Hilton Head where I expect to remain for the rest of the year.

As shown in today’s NASA Earth Observatory site, Hurricane Larry dropped the expected snow on Greenland.

The Astronomy Picture of the Day is a graphic showing the paths of all the hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons from 1985 to 2005.  I recall that they have run something similar in the past.  I am impressed by how many there are and surprised by how many off the west coast of Mexico.  Note the single one in the South Atlantic,

Steve Earley provides a link to a short video, THE LONG SHORE, about the Chesapeake Maritime Museum and Bay.  I think it will be of interest to many.  It is particularly to me because I once sailed there, which I also owe to Steve.  I thank him doubly.

Moving on.

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