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

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Weather: Sunday 01.08.12

January Weather Report
Hallo Bay * Homer

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Lat/Lon: 59.7° N 151.5° W
Weather Conditions:   Snow showers today, then becoming clear by evening. Lows: -10F to 10F (-23.3c to -12.2c). Highs: 15F to 25F (-9.4c to -3.9c)   
Visibility:   7.0 miles  
Ceiling:   4,500'  
Wind:   Today Variable to 10 mph, becoming SW 10 to 15 mph tonight. Day and evening around Kachemak Bay: W 20 to 35 mph  

Barometric Pressure:   29.29 Rising  
Outside Humidity:   68%  

Tigger Forecast:   looking forward to seeing full moon tonight!  
Actual Sunrise:   10:00 AM AKST  
Actual Sunset:   4:25 PM  
Civil Twilight Sunrise:   9:06 AM  
Civil Twilight Sunset:   5:19 PM  
Moon Rise:   4:25 PM  
Moon Set:   9:22 AM  
Moon:   FULL MOON, 100% of Moon illuminated  
Length of Visible Daylight:   8h 13m  

Length of Day:   6h 24m  
Tomorrow will be 2m 57s longer   
THIS DATE IN ALASKA HISTORY:   January 8, 1908 -
The codfishing schooner John F. Miller was wrecked in the Shumagin Islands with the loss of 10 of the 37 men aboard

METEOR SHOWERS:   Lyrids: April 21~22 (mark your calendar for next event!)

58º 34’10.10 N, 153º 53’57.58 W

Weather Conditions:   Partly cloudy. Isolated snow showers after midnight. Lows: -10F to -20F (-23.3c to -28.9c). Highs: zero to -10F (-17.8c to -23.3c). Wind W 5 to 15 mph, becoming S tonight. Wind chills: -20F to -35F (-28.9c to -37.2c)  
Actual Sunrise:   10:145 AM AKST  
Actual Sunset:   4:41 PM  
Civil Twilight Sunrise:   9:20 AM  
Civil Twilight Sunset:   5:35 PM  
Moon Rise:   4:42 PM  
Moon Set:   9:37 AM  
Have a Safe Day!

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