Archive for July, 2020

Sunrise River Fog

July 31, 2020

We are entering into the season (late summer, early fall) when river valley fog frequently forms befoire sunrise when skies are clear and winds are calm. You can see the delicate tendrils of condensed fog particles on the visible satellite image from this morning at just before 8:00 AM EDT. This is what it looked […]

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Send Your Name To Mars

July 30, 2020

Would you like to send YOUR name to Mars on the next Mars mission (scheduled for 2026)? Click HERE to place your name on a microchip headed for Mars!

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Tropical Stats

July 29, 2020

Statistically, there are more Wednesday tropical system landfalls in the USA than any other day since 1851: Also, why are tropical systems now called “invests?” Find out more on Episode #116 of my world-audience podcast, WeatherJazz®:

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Góðan Dagin

July 27, 2020



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Soil Monitor July 23

July 23, 2020

Only the northeast corner of Ohio is seeing normal soil moisture conditions as of today. The remainder is either “abnormally dry” or in “moderate drought” conditions. q

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Just For Fun

July 20, 2020

I brought my GoPro camera with me last week when I met with my personal trainer, Joey Fritz. Here’s an edited version (1.5 minutes) of my 30-minute grilling! 

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Comet Neowise

July 12, 2020

Comet watchers have a great opportunity to see Comet Neowise, low in the NNE sky in the pre-dawn skies over the next few mornings. Here’s where to look: Here are some fabulous photos taken over the last few days: I woke my daughter Thea up at 2:30 this morning to show her this sight from […]

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Fireflies Or Lightning Bugs?

July 8, 2020

What do YOU call them? Use the COMMENTS section below and let me know! Here is a GREAT 2-hour exposure from “Bill” in Medina showing the firefly trails with the two-hour star trail exposure (looking north). Click ON the image to see a larger version.

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90 Degree Days

July 6, 2020

From the way things look, we will see a 5-day stretch of 90°F days this week. Let’s talk about 90 degree days in Cleveland along with some supporting lists below the audio player that highlights WeatherJazz® Episode #113. (Since 2000) List of longest 90°F stretches (in days): 2000 0 2001 3 (Twice) 2002 4 (Twice) […]

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