A Great Trip Needs An Extraordinary Destination ...Hallo Bay? ABSOLUTELY

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Weather: Wednesday 12.21.11

December Daily Weather Report
Hallo Bay * Homer

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Lat/Lon: 59.7° N 151.5° W
Weather Conditions:   Partly sunny today, except mostly cloudy with snow showers around Kachemak Bay. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with patchy fog. Lows 15F to 25F (-9.4c to -3.9c). Highs 30F to 35F (-1.1c to 1.7c)   
Visibility:   3 miles  
Ceiling:   2,200'  
Wind:   Morning wind SW 15 to 30 mph, becoming S to 15 mph or less in the afternoon. Tonight light wind, becoming NE 10 5o 15 mph after midnight  

Barometric Pressure:   29.71 Steady  
Outside Humidity:   93%  

Tigger Forecast:   snuggled up in a warm spot and having kitty dreams!  
Actual Sunrise:   10:05 AM AKST  
Actual Sunset:   4:03 PM  
Civil Twilight Sunrise:   9:08 AM  
Civil Twilight Sunset:   4:59 PM  
Moon Rise:   6:33 AM  
Moon Set:   1:44 PM  
Moon:   Waning Crescent, 11% of Moon illuminated  
Length of Visible Daylight:   7h 51m  

Length of Day:   5h 58m  
Tomorrow will be 0m 1s longer      
THIS DATE IN ALASKA HISTORY:   December 21, 1906 -
The first message was sent via submarine cable between Juneau and Wrangell //more: Alaska Communications System and USA Signal Corps     
AURORA FORECAST:   Quiet (1)  

METEOR SHOWERS:   Ursids: December 22~23   

58º 34’10.10 N, 153º 53’57.58 W

Weather Conditions:   Cloudy with scattered snow showers. Lows 10F to 15F (-12.2c to -9.4c). Highs 25F to 30F (-3.9c to -1.1c). Today wind is SW 10 to 20 mph, with gusts to 35 mph. Tonight winds will be light   
Actual Sunrise:   10:19 AM AKST  
Actual Sunset:   4:19 AM  
Civil Twilight Sunrise:   9:22 AM  
Civil Twilight Sunset:   5:15 PM  
Moon Rise:   6:48 AM  
Moon Set:   2:00 PM  
Have a Safe Day - The First Day of Winter!

At 8:30 p.m. Alaska Standard Time on Dec. 21, take a deep breath.  That is the precise moment of winter solstice.  You will be more than four hours into the longest night of the year, said to be 18 hour and 33 minutes long in Anchorage by the U.S. Naval Observatory. The sun won’t rise for another 13 hours and 30 minutes.  READ MORE

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