A huge wave of dust swept over the coast of Western Australia on Wednesday, Jan. 9,2013. A Bureau of Meteorology forecaster explained to The West Australian that the striking view was created when the sand and dust was mixed into a thunderstorm's wind and rain.
with the new moon on Wednesday and rain forecast for the rest of the week, last night's clear weather had me and a few friends driving out of town for some star trails. were we ever surprised when we saw the Northern Lights this far south! this was my first time ever seeing them, and it's certainly an experience I'd like to repeat... dressed warmly, and preferably with a thermos of hot chocolate.
Marblehead Rock under an Orange Sky https://wednesdaysinmhd.com/2016/11/07/marblehead-rock-under-an-orange-sky/ As dawn broke on October 16, I was surprised to find a brilliant display of color looking East as the weather forecast had called for clear skies. I was counting on a clear sky for the moonset I shot a few minutes later but was thankful for this display as I waited for the moon to ...
Your daily shades of the sky forecast. Monday: turquoise. Tuesday: taupe. Wednesday: robin’s egg. Thursday: turquoise-taupe. Friday: coal dust. Saturday: coal dust with chances of indigo in the late afternoon. Sunday: void.