Tonight: Mostly Clear |Low: 68| N 5-10
Tomorrow: Sunny|High: 91| NE 5-10
Twenty-fourth verse, same as the first. Today is the 24th day in a row with a high temperature above 90 degrees. This brings our running total of 90-degree days to 40. We'll likely be above the average within the next two weeks.
Clear skies and quiet conditions will be the theme for the rest of the work week which means we'll have great viewing conditions for the Super Buck Moon tonight.
This full moon is called the Buck Moon because it coincides with the time of year when deer antlers are at full growth mode. It's a super moon because the moon is currently at perigee in its orbit. (Perigee is when the moon is closest to the Earth.) A full moon in perigee makes the moon appear 17% bigger & 30% larger.
Rain chances return late day Sunday with next week looking more unsettled.