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Sunday, December 19, 2010

WEATHER: Sunday 12.19.10

December Daily Weather Report
Hallo Bay * Homer

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Latitude 58.34.063 * Longitude 153.54.052
Weather Conditions: Areas of dense fog reducing visibilities to one quarter mile or less in the morning. Numerous snow showers possibly mixed with rain or freezing rain in the morning into afternoon, with decreasing clouds by evening. Snow accumulation up to 2 inches. Highs in the 20F (-6.7c) except in the mid to upper 30F (-1.1c to 2.2c) along the western Capes and Alaska Peninsula. Lows 5F to 15F above (-15c to -9.4c). Wind S to 15 mph becoming W in the afternoon. Evening winds NW 5 to 20 mph. Local gusts to 35 mph
Actual Sunrise:  10:18 AM AKST
Actual Sunset:  4:18 PM AKST
Civil Twilight Sunrise:  9:21 AM
Civil Twilight Sunset:  5:14 PM
Moon Rise:  2:46 PM
Moon Set:  9:05 AM

Lat/Lon: 59.7° N 151.5° W

Weather Conditions:  Increasing couds, snow in evening.

Snow Accumulation 1 to 3 inches
Visibility:  10 miles
Ceiling:  4,200 ft
Wind: Variable to 10 mph
Wind Gusts:  --
Predicted Temps:  Highs: 15F to 25F (-9.4c to -3.9c)

Lows:  5F to 20F (-15c to -6.7c)
Barometric Pressure:  29.75 Falling
Humidity:  74%
Actual Sunrise:  10:04 AM AKST
Actual Sunset:  4:02 PM AKST
Civil Twilight Sunrise:  9:07 AM
Civil Twilight Sunset:  4:59 PM
Moon Rise:  2:30 PM
Moon Set:  8:50 AM
Moon:  Waxing Gibbous, 98% of Moon illuminated
Length of Visible Daylight:  7h 51m

Length of Day:  5h 58m
Tomorrow will be 0m 17s shorter

Have a Safe Day!
THIS DATE IN ALASKA HISTORY:  December 19, 1962 -
There was a $300,000 fire at the Cape Lisburne Air Force Station

TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE:  December 20/21, 2010
“A total eclipse of the moon will begin on December 20 or December 21 – depending upon your location. In the eastern US the eclipse will begin shortly after midnight on the 21st. On the west coast it will begin shortly after 9:00 PM on the 20th. The moon will appear red-orange in color during totality. The entire eclipse will be visible from North America and the eastern Pacific Ocean.” Quoted from NASA’s December 2010 sky map.

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