Login to AccuWeather.com Premium Login to AccuWeather.com Professional Login to AccuWeather.com RadarPlus AccuWeather.com

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

Profile
Personal Photo
Rating
 
Options
Options
Personal Statement
Make good memories, sometimes it's all we got
Personal Info
MaineJay
Rank: F5 Superstorm
Age Unknown
Male
25 mi. NNW of Portland, ME, elev. ~400ft.
Birthday Unknown
Interests
Too many to list
Statistics
Joined: 15-February 13
Profile Views: 40,359*
Last Seen: Today, 10:11 AM
Local Time: Feb 6 2016, 10:28 AM
4,258 posts (4 per day)
Contact Information
AIM No Information
Yahoo No Information
ICQ No Information
MSN No Information
Contact Private
* Profile views updated each hour

MaineJay

Member

***


Topics
Posts
Comments
Friends
My Content
30 Jan 2016
Seems there's enough to start a thread, I'll do my best to keep this updated. I'm not starting this because I am bullish, but to keep talk of any potential separate from the other threads.

Apparently we are looking for a wave on the front from the midweek storm to make dreams come true.

I'm probably wasting my meager free time with this.
WPC day 6

Attached Image

7. Nada
Attached Image

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

ECMWF ensembles with spread
Hr 144
Attached Image

Hr
168
Attached Image

http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/cgi-bin/exp...MO=&PERIOD=

EURO OP hr 168
Attached Image


http://mp1.met.psu.edu/~fxg1/ECMWF_0z/ecmwfloop.html#picture

GYX
QUOTE
SIMILAR TO TUESDAY...HIGH PRESSURE WILL BRIEFLY MAKE AN
APPEARANCE ON THURSDAY. THIS WILL BE FOLLOWED BY LOW PRESSURE OFF
THE MID ATLANTIC COASTLINE MOVING NORTHEAST ON FRIDAY. THE GFS IS
MORE VIGOROUS WITH THIS SYSTEM AS COMPARED TO THE NEW EURO RUN.
CONFIDENCE LEVELS ARE LOW WITH THE FORECAST TRACK OF THE SURFACE
LOW AS THERE IS A LARGE SPREAD IN THE ENSEMBLE GUIDANCE
.

http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?si...p;highlight=off

From the extended disco
QUOTE
AS OPERATIONAL SOLNS INCREASINGLY DIVERGE... THE FCST BLEND SHIFTS
PRIMARILY TOWARD THE ENSEMBLE MEANS INCLUDING THE 12Z ECMWF MEAN
AND 18Z GEFS/12Z NAEFS MEANS BY DAYS 6-7 FRI-SAT. FROM MID-PERIOD
ONWARD THERE IS STILL A FAIR DEGREE OF UNCERTAINTY OVER THE
HANDLING OF ERN PAC SHRTWV ENERGY HEADING INTO THE WEST COAST MEAN
RIDGE. IN ADDITION SHRTWV ENERGY NEAR/INLAND FROM THE WEST COAST
AS OF TUE SHOULD CONTINUE INTO THE ERN STATES AND MAY INTERACT
WITH THE WAVY FRONT THAT EXTENDS TO THE S OF THE TUE-WED
PLAINS-GRTLKS SYSTEM. THIS ENERGY MAY ENHANCE A WRN ATLC FRONTAL
WAVE BY LATE IN THE WEEK. SUBTLE DIFFS THAT ARE DIFFICULT TO
RESOLVE AT EXTENDED TIME FRAMES MAY HAVE SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE ON
SENSIBLE WEATHER ALONG THE EAST COAST. CURRENTLY THE NEW 00Z GFS
HAS ONE OF THE MORE EXTREME EXAMPLES OF SUCH AN EVOLUTION. A
FURTHER AREA OF UNCERTAINTY DURING THE LATTER HALF OF THE PERIOD
WILL BE ACROSS THE NRN TIER WHERE THERE IS GOOD AGREEMENT ON
BROADLY CYCLONIC FLOW ALOFT AROUND A MEAN UPR LOW OVER/NEAR HUDSON
BAY BUT BELOW AVG CONFIDENCE IN ONE OR MORE BUNDLES OF SHRTWV
ENERGY THAT WILL DRIVE INDIVIDUAL SFC FEATURES.

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/h...php?disc=pmdepd

WPC days 6-7 precip
Attached Image

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Guess I should post the prettiest picture.
Attached Image

http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/mo...=0&ypos=203
10 Dec 2015
Looks like Catalina is a one and done job. I'll likely turn my attention to her as soon as i get home. Looks like the Geminids will be obscured when I get home.

But, I'm looking forward to this. Only promise I can make, I'll try to capture an image.

QUOTE
Comet Catalina is passing by Venus in the morning sky this week, with only a few degrees separating the two. So let Venus be your guide. Wake up before sunrise, locate the Goddess of Love, and scan the surrounding sky using binoculars. Voilą--a comet! Detailed sky maps may be found in this article from Sky and Telescope.

Why does Comet Catalina have two tails? Almost all comets do. The sun-warmed nucleus of a comet spews a mixture of dust and gas into space. Quickly, the mixture separates into two distinct tails: The gaseous "ion tail" is pushed straight away from the sun by solar wind. The weightier dust tail resists solar wind pressure and aligns itself more or less with the comet's orbit. In Hemmerich's picture of Comet Catalina, the ion tail points up; the dust tail points down.

This is Comet Catalina's first visit to the inner solar system--and its last. The comet's close encounter with the sun in mid-November has placed it on a slingshot trajectory toward interstellar space. It will become easier to see in the weeks ahead as it approaches Earth, possibly brightening to 5th magnitude--barely visible to the naked eye and an easy target for backyard telescopes. Resources: 3D orbit, ephemerides.

http://spaceweather.com/

I'm hoping that Santa brings me a new lens this Christmas.

More info here.
http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-n...lina-120320155/

Attached Image

Happy viewing!
18 Nov 2015
Coldest morning of the year for me, 23.0° IMBY.

Thought folks might like a place to talk about the rain.

72hr WPC qpf
Attached Image

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/qpf/day1-3.shtml

QPF discussion
QUOTE
DAYS 2/3...


...EAST COAST DAYS 2/3...
A COLD FRONT MOVES SLOWLY EAST ACROSS THE LOWER LAKES AND MID
ATLANTIC ON THU. AS THE LOW LEVEL JET MOVES NORTHWARD AHEAD OF THE
FRONT... THE RAINFALL TRACKS ACROSS NY AND THE MID ATLANTIC AND
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. MODEL SOUNDINGS SHOWED MARGINAL INSTABILITY
REACHING INTO EASTERN PA/NJ/SOUTHEAST NY BEFORE 20/00Z. THE
PRECIPITABLE WATER VALUES ARE FORECAST TO BE NEAR 2 STD DEVIATIONS
ABOVE NORMAL ALONG THE AXIS OF THE LOW LEVEL JET...SUPPORTING
LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL.


MDT/LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL TRACKS INTO EASTERN NEW ENGLAND ON DAY
3...AS THE MODELS SHOW THE WAVY FRONT CONTINUING TO MOVE SLOWLY
EAST ACROSS THE REGION. A 40 TO 50 KNOT LOW LEVEL SOUTHERLY JET
TRANSPORTS 1.00 TO 1.25 INCH PRECIPITABLE WATER AIR ACROSS EASTERN
NEW ENGLAND.
THE SOUTHERLY FLOW BECOMES UPSLOPE ACROSS THE WHITE MOUNTAINS OF
NH WITH A STRIPE OF ENHANCED QPF LIKELY AS A RESULT.
FURTHER SOUTH...SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRECIPITABLE WATER VALUES IN
SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND SUPPORT LOCALLY HEAVY DOWN POURS BEFORE THE
PRE-FRONTAL BAND PROGRESSES TO THE EAST. MODELS START TO DIVERGE
ON DAY 3 WITH THE NAM WRAPPED UP AND PRODUCING PRECIP LONGER THAN
THE OTHER MODELS. THE GFS AND CANADIAN ARE MUCH FASTER TO MOVE
THE UPPER TROUGH EAST AND WERE GIVEN LESS WEIGHT AS A RESULT.
MANUAL PROGS GAVE MORE WEIGHT TO
CONTINUITY AND THE 12Z-00Z ECMWF/21Z SREF MEAN/00Z UKMET.


http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/h...php?disc=qpfpfd

GYX
QUOTE
HIGHLIGHTS...
- HEAVY RAIN THU NIGHT INTO FRIDAY
- MOISTURE STARVED SYSTEM COULD BRING SOME LIGHT SNOW SUNDAY
- HIGH PRESSURE AND NEAR AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR NEXT WEEK

00Z GUIDANCE IS IN PRETTY GOOD AGREEMENT TO START THE PERIOD.
A HIGHLY AMPLIFIED PATTERN IS IN PLACE WITH A STEEP RIDGE JUST TO
OUR EAST. PLENTY OF MOISTURE WILL BE ADVECTED OUT AHEAD OF A SLOW
MOVING COLD FRONT. PWATS WILL BE 1.25" TO 1.5" WHICH IS ABOUT 2
STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL. LOW LEVEL JET APPROACHES 50 KTS
AT 925MB OUT AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT EARLY FRIDAY MORNING...WHICH
IS ALSO ABOUT 2 STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE NORMAL. DEFINITELY
SHOULD BE AMPLE FORCING OUT AHEAD OF THE FRONT AND SHOULD SEE A
PERIOD OF HEAVY RAINFALL LATE THU NIGHT INTO FRIDAY MORNING. MAIN
CONCERN IS IN FAVORABLE UPSLOPE LOCATIONS WITH THE SOUTHERLY
FLOW...WHERE AS MUCH AS 2 INCHES OR MORE OF RAIN COULD FALL.
LUCKILY IT HAS BEEN SO DRY I DON`T THINK THAT WE WILL SEE MUCH IN
THE WAY OF FLOODING
BUT SOME OF OUR FASTER RESPONSE MAIN STEM
RIVERS COULD COME CLOSE. ALSO, THERE WILL BE SOME POTENTIAL FOR
MINOR URBAN FLOODING. FOR QPF AMOUNTS I WENT WITH A BLEND OF WPC
QPF AND A MODEL CONSENUS AND INCREASED AMOUNTS OVER THE GUIDANCE
IN THE LIKELY UPSLOPE AREAS IN THE WHITES AND WESTERN MAINE
MOUNTAINS.

http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?si...p;highlight=off
17 Nov 2015
QUOTE(telejunkie @ Nov 16 2015, 08:33 PM) *
surprising nobody has pulled the trigger to start a 23-25th storm thread yet....CMC is most interesting (with its E.Pac tropical cyclone becoming our storm), but Euro is not too far behind. GFS seems fastest with the flow...cue broken record.




Thought about starting a thread yesterday, was kinda hoping someone else did because I've been busy, but it would be nice to separate threats. Might as well start the season off on an organized foot. Looks like a two part event

GYX
QUOTE
LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/...
CHANCE OF HIGH IMPACT WX: LOW

MODELS CONTINUE TO DEVELOP REX BLOCK AT 500MB DOWNSTREAM OVER
GREENLAND AND THE ATLANTIC LATE IN THE WEEK AND THRU THE
WEEKEND...BEFORE EVENTUALLY BREAKING IT DOWN. MAIN IMPLICATIONS OFTHIS
WILL BE A MORE AMPLIFIED PATTERN DEVELOPING MID-LATE WEEK WITH
RIDGING EARLY IN THE PERIOD...AND EVENTUAL TROUGHINESS BY THE
WEEKEND. BOTH EURO/GFS HAVE YET TO SETTLE TO SETTLE ON WHAT
BECOMES OF SECOND TROUGH OVER THE WEEKEND...AND THE
UNCHARACTERISTICALLY DEEP CONVECTION OVER THE PLAINS AND GULF
STATES TODAY AND YESTERDAY COULD BE INTRODUCING SCALING
ERRORS...SO FORECAST CONFIDENCE IS LOW...ESPECIALLY FOR THE
WEEKEND.


WED NIGHT LOOKS TO BE DRY...ALTHOUGH CLOUDS WILL BE ROLLING IN IN
THE FORM OF MID-HIGH CLOUDS FROM THE WEST...AND POTENTIAL LOW
COASTAL STRATUS. LOOKS LIKE ANY SHRA OF RAIN WILL HOLD OFF UNTIL
THU AFTERNOON...ALTHOUGH CANNOT RULE OUT SOMETHING MOVING IN A
LITTLE EARLIER...ESPECIALLY ACROSS NH. STILL...BEST CHC FOR RAIN
WILL BE THU EVE INTO FRI MORNING AS THE SFC FRONT AND OCCLUSION
WORK THROUGH. THE EURO HAS BEEN PERSISTENT WITH SLOWING THE FRONT
AS TROUGH DEEPENS TO THE WEST AND RIDGE STRENGTHENS TO THE EAST.
DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH ENERGY IS ACTUALLY GENERATED BY THE
CONVECTION IN THAT TROUGH TODAY OVER THE LOWER MISS VLY WILL
DETERMINE HOW WET THE FRONT ACTUALLY IS...ALTHOUGH ITS PROBABLY
GOOD FOR A HALF INCH...AND PERHAPS AS MUCH TO AN INCH OR SO. THE
GFS MOVES THE SYSTEM ALONG FASTER WITH RAIN ENDING FROM SW-NE IN
THE AFTERNOON...WHILE THE EURO WOULD KEEP THE RAIN IN
LONGER...INTO FRI NIGHT. LOOKS LIKE A BREAK IS POSSIBLE ON SAT
WITH WEAK RIDGING MOVING THROUGH...BEFORE THE NEXT SYSTEM MOVES IN
ON SUN INTO MON...AND COULD EVEN PRODUCE A LITTLE SNOW
.

TEMPS THRU THE LONG TERM WILL VARY WITH THE WARMEST TEMPS DURING
THU AND FRI AS HIGHS CLIMB INTO THE MID TO UPPER 40S N AND LOW-
MID 50S S...AN THEN DROP DOWN INTO THE UPPER 30S IN THE N TO 45 TO
50 IN THE SOUTH OVER THE WEEKEND. ALL IN ALL TEMPS DURING THE FIVE DAY
LONG RANGE WILL PROBABLY END UP ON THE WARM SIDE OF THE NORMAL AS
EVEN BEHIND THE FRONT...THE COLDER AIR IS STILL FAIRLY TYPICAL
FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR...AND OVERNIGHT LOWS SHOULD STAY HIGH GIVEN
STRONGER FLOW AND PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES.

http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?si...p;highlight=off


PMDEPD
QUOTE
EXTENDED FORECAST DISCUSSION ...CORRECTED PARAGRAPH 4
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
128 AM EST TUE NOV 17 2015

VALID 12Z FRI NOV 20 2015 - 12Z TUE NOV 24 2015

...OVERVIEW...
ACTIVE BUT EXITING WEATHER SYSTEM ---CURRENTLY IN THE CENTRAL
PLAINS --- WILL USHER IN A COOLER CANADIAN AIRMASS AND DRY WEATHER
PATTERN ACROSS MUCH OF THE LOWER 48 --- EAST OF THE CONTINENTAL
DIVIDE. THE EXCEPTION WILL BE A LIGHT PRECIPITATION PATTERN ---
ACROSS THE NORTHERN PLAINS FRIDAY AND THE GREAT LAKES/MIDWEST ON
SATURDAY.

...MODEL PREFERENCES...
EAST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE ---
THE 16/12Z ECENS/NAEFS AND GEFS SERVE AS A DECENT BASELINE
SOLUTION WITH THE BROAD TROUGH THAT HAS CARVED OUT --- THE
SOUTHEASTWARD RELEASE OF ARCTIC AIR FROM NORTHWEST CANADA AND
ALASKA. THE SCENARIO PLAYING OUT THROUGH DAY 5 AND MEDIUM RANGE
FORECAST MAINTAINS THE COLDER TROUGH IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA AND
THE PACIFIC JET AXIS STREAKING WEAK SHORTWAVE ENERGY ACROSS THE
PLAINS...MIDWEST AND THE NORTHEAST. ACROSS THE EAST --- FORECAST
REMAINS UNCHANGED THROUGH DAY 5. ACTUALLY THOUGHT THE
DETERMINISTIC 15/12Z & 16/00Z ECMWF LOOKED BETTER THAN ITS 16/12Z
RUN ... WITH THE ENERGY TRANSITING THE GREAT LAKES ON SATURDAY

ALONG THE WEST COAST...DESERT SOUTHWEST AND ACROSS THE GREAT BASIN
---
BETTER CONTINUITY AND FIT WITHIN THE ENTIRE ENSEMBLE SPREAD? ---
USING THE DETERMINISTIC 16/00Z ECMWF...16/12Z UKMET UNTIL DAY 5
FOR THE SMALLER-SCALE DETAILS. UNFORTUNATELY --- THE 16/12Z GFS
WAS A BIG OUTLIER --- WITH NOT ONLY THE OTHER DETERMINISTIC
GUIDANCE --- BUT EVEN WITH ITS OWN GEFS MEAN. A 16/12Z ECENS/NAEFS
BLEND WOULD SERVE AS A DECENT PLACEHOLDER ALONG THE WEST COAST AT
DAY 7.

...UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT...

THE PREVIOUS SHIFT PRETTY MUCH DESCRIBES THE SCENARIO UNFOLDING
WITHIN THE BROAD TROUGH.

"THE MAIN CONSIDERATION IS THE CHOICE OR POSSIBLY SIMULTANEOUS
OCCURRENCE OF A SEMI-PERMANENT EASTERN CONUS TROUGH ALONG WITH
DEVELOPMENT OF A WESTERN CONUS TROUGH LATE IN THE PERIOD. THE
ECMWF ENSEMBLES SUPPORT THE WEST WHILE THE GEFS ENSEMBLES SUPPORT
THE EAST."

AND LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE OF BOTH WILL BE 'THE WAY TO GO' DURING
THIS MEDIUM RANGE PERIOD. THE LOWER 48 UNDERGOES A 2-3 DAY
TRANSITION PERIOD BETWEEN PREVAILING UPPER-LEVEL TROUGHS. IN OTHER
WORDS ... CAN EASILY SEE A LOBE OF THE ARCTIC-MODIFIED AIR TO RUN
ITS COURSE ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES...NORTHEAST AND EASTERN CANADA
--- THEN ALLOW THE WEST-NORTHWESTERLY PACIFIC JET AXIS TO SWEEP
THROUGH THE NORTHERN PLAINS FRIDAY...THE MIDWEST ON SATURDAY. AND
NEW ENGLAND AND THE NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC REGION ON SUNDAY. IN
EFFECT --- LIFTING OUT THE MAJORITY OF THE COOLER CANADIAN AIR.
THAT SAID...

THEN HOW LONG OF A TRANSITION IN THE ROCKIES? --- BEFORE ANOTHER
TEMPORARY 'SPLIT-FLOW' SCENARIO EMERGES AND THE SOUTHERN JET
MOISTURE "RE-LOAD" BEGINS ANEW. ANOTHER CUTOFF-LIKE LOW SOLUTION
ALONG THE WEST COAST MAY BE A STRETCH FOR DAY 7.

TWO CHALLENGES HERE --- THE SUBTLE SENSIBLE WEATHER SCENARIO
(DURING THE FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY TRANSITION PERIOD) ACROSS THE
MIDWEST ---WITH THE SHALLOW SHORTWAVE ENERGY TRACKING THROUGH THE
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE (IN THE WEST-NORTHWEST 250MB FLOW ALOFT) ---AND
SPREADING DOWNSTREAM "BEHIND" THE MODIFIED-ARCTIC AIRMASS. THIS
COLDER AIRMASS --- A VERY DRY ONE --- WILL BE IN PLACE OVER NEW
ENGLAND AHEAD OF THE EXITING SHORTWAVE ON SUNDAY. AND THE SECOND
FORECAST CHALLENGE --- HOW LONG WILL THE TRANSITION ACTUALLY LAST
--- BEFORE THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST AND 'TRANQUIL' PATTERN DOMINATED
BY CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE EAST OF THE ROCKIES BREAKS DOWN IN
EARNEST?

IE... A RELATIVELY DRY PATTERN FOR MOST OF THE LOWER 48 --- IS THE
'TRANSITION' --- REPLACED BY A NEW UPPER-LEVEL TROUGH AND SOUTHERN
JET STREAM BEGINNING TO WORK ACROSS THE WEST COAST AND GREAT
BASIN.

NOT SURE THIS 'NEW' DAY 7 WEST COAST TROUGH AND EMBEDDED
SUB-SYNOPTIC-SCALE FEATURES WITHIN IT --- WILL LOOK MUCH AT ALL
LIKE THIS LATEST ONE --- THE ENERGETIC 'FOUR-CORNERS LOW' AND
MIDWEST STORM TRACK (WITH DUAL-JET PHASED ENERGY. RIGHT NOW ...
THIS DAY 7 TROUGH LOOKS TO BE A SLOWER-MOVING GULF OF ALASKA
SYSTEM WITH A MORE DISTINCT (BUT ZONAL SOUTHERN STREAM MOISTURE
SET UP) RACING OUT AHEAD AND CLOUDIER...WETTER? PATTERN FOR THE
RIO GRANDE VALLEY ... SOUTHEAST AND WESTERN GULF COAST.

...SENSIBLE WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS...
WIDESPREAD RAINFALL...SOME HEAVY...SHOULD BE EXITING THE EAST
COAST EARLY IN THE PERIOD BUT STILL GENERATING SHOWERS ALONG THE
FRONT ACROSS MAINE AND THE FLORIDA PENINSULA.

BEHIND THIS SYSTEM .... MAINLY LAKE-EFFECT SHOWERS FOR THE GREAT
LAKES REGION.

LIGHT PRECIPITATION SHOULD ACCOMPANY THE PACIFIC SHORTWAVE ENERGY
STREAKING ACROSS THE NORTHERN PLAINS FRIDAY AND MIDWEST/NORTHEAST
NEXT WEEKEND. THIS WEAK SYSTEM COULD GENERATE SOME PERIODS OF
LIGHT SNOW --- ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES AND NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.

VOJTESAK/JAMES

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/h...php?disc=pmdepd

17/0z ECMWF hr144
Attached Image

http://mp1.met.psu.edu/~fxg1/ECMWF_0z/ecmwfloop.html#picture


17/0z euro ENS
H5 with spread
Attached Image

Surface with spread
Attached Image
http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/cgi-bin/exp...ERIOD=&WMO=

17/0z UKie Hr 120
Attached Image


144

Attached Image


http://meteocentre.com/models/explorateur....test&hh=120

Wish I had time for more. Just hoping for my first flakes. biggrin.gif
9 Sep 2015
Just a friendly heads up, and a place to post pics. smile.gif

Viewing area
Attached Image

Times
CODE

Atlantic Daylight Time (September 27, 2015)
Partial umbral eclipse begins: 10:07 p.m. ADT on September 27
Total eclipse begins: 11:11 p.m. ADT
Greatest eclipse: 11:47 p.m. ADT
Total eclipse ends: 12:23 a.m. ADT on September 28
Partial eclipse ends: 1:27 a.m. ADT on September 28

Eastern Daylight Time (September 27, 2015)
Partial umbral eclipse begins: 9:07 p.m. EDT on September 27
Total eclipse begins: 10:11 p.m. EDT
Greatest eclipse: 10:47 p.m. EDT
Total eclipse ends: 11:23 p.m. EDT
Partial eclipse ends: 12:27 a.m. EDT on September 28

Central Daylight Time (September 27, 2015)
Partial umbral eclipse begins: 8:07 p.m. CDT on September 27
Total eclipse begins: 9:11 p.m. CDT
Greatest eclipse: 9:47 p.m. CDT
Total eclipse ends: 10:23 p.m. CDT
Partial eclipse ends: 11:27 p.m. CDT

Mountain Daylight Time (September 27, 2015)
Partial umbral eclipse begins: 7:07 p.m. MDT on September 27
Total eclipse begins: 8:11 p.m. MDT
Greatest eclipse: 8:47 p.m. MDT
Total eclipse ends: 9:23 p.m. MDT
Partial eclipse ends: 10:27 p.m. MDT

Pacific Daylight Time (September 27, 2015)
Partial umbral eclipse begins: 6:07 p.m. PDT on September 27
Total eclipse begins: 7:11 p.m. PDT
Greatest eclipse: 7:47 p.m. PDT
Total eclipse ends: 8:23 p.m. PDT
Partial eclipse ends: 9:27 p.m. PDT

http://earthsky.org/?p=51212
Last Visitors


Yesterday, 03:46 AM


3 Feb 2016 - 18:58


22 Jan 2016 - 16:29


19 Jan 2016 - 0:12


18 Jan 2016 - 11:04

Comments
Other users have left no comments for MaineJay.

Friends

4769 posts
Active: Today, 10:20 AM

4 posts
Active: 23rd January 2016 - 10:06 PM
View All Friends
RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 6th February 2016 - 10:28 AM