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35 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for the information Ben. Went from 48 f & rainy last night to flurries & 40 to 50 mph wind gusts here in Indy. It's been up & down like Imperial Duncan Yoyo during most all of this winter ; with above average rainfall & below a average snowfall ☀

  2. At about 2:20 in watching the raining photon visualization felt like a voltage boost for my personal homeostasis. I would love to get the right to use that. It was very powerful. Thanks😆

  3. Say, so these cme's don't hit earth but they hit and effect other planets. What affects could the earth have due to said effects of the other planets and "our moon"?

  4. Many thanks from Fullerton! Have not been around much due to big test this week. Fungal pathogens and their life cycles. Holy 💩 terminology up the yingyang. Wish everyone a great week. We will have not rain. Woot woot. Maybe just maybe we will reach the average temperature one day this month. Fingers crossed but not holding my breath!

  5. Spectacular graphics depicting Space weather forcing on eEarth!
    Hope you are all safe and having fun in the Mobile Observatory! = Lucky kids!
    Many Blessings SO family!

  6. Thank you for the news, weather and solar video.
    The site is "one stop shopping" and helps me see the snowfall out over the ocean, cooling the Atlantic water.

  7. 26F 12"-14" of fresh snow and NNW winds 33 MPH gusts of 45+ MPH here in Wisconsin. I'd rate this as a blizzard. Below zero temps for tonight just to add insult to injury.

  8. 26°and it's snowing yet again in the mighty 603. Winter Weather Warning until Midnight for up North. Thanks SO and buckle up O's as the Weekend is fading fast. Peace.

  9. Good day to all and many blessings! Much appreciate your conviction to your fellow Human beings and keeping them safe SO, that is love and compassion in true form. This is something we all must aspire to do to change the dynamics of this world for the better. Thank you.

  10. Despite being sunny all day yesterday and the wind not being as strong as it was on Friday, it didn't warm up much. The official high in Albuquerque was 41F (though one report I saw said 45F). Currently, at 7:08am under clear, almost sunny skies with a flag-tickling breeze, we have 20F. We hope for a high of 48F and if it reaches as much as 45F, I'll go for a walk. Tomorrow, maybe 55F (sure…), and toasty the rest of the week. Friday, windy, and Saturday evening (March 2) into Sunday, maybe some rain.

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