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Other Weather Software / Re: WXSpots - We're still here! :)
« Last post by PaulMy on Today at 05:37:24 PM »
Hi Scott, and thanks.

I am back connected.

Paul
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by BeaverMeadow on Today at 05:20:43 PM »

I plan on getting some solar equipment well before 2024, lord willing & if I am around, & also if it's not cloudy then, I think my location is in the 97% path of totality.


You'll be disappointed if you don't travel to an area that's in totality.
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by tbrasel on Today at 05:17:06 PM »
We were in the 91.7% zone.

Interesting observation to note was near a 4 degree temperature drop here in Bentonville Arkansas, starting at 12:17 pm when the temperature was 87.4 degrees, and ending at 1:27 pm, when the temperature bottomed out at 83.3 degrees.

I plan on getting some solar equipment well before 2024, lord willing & if I am around, & also if it's not cloudy then, I think my location is in the 97% path of totality.

This event has triggered the curiosity parameter in archiving my own solar data.
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by BeaverMeadow on Today at 04:49:45 PM »
Western Mass, through telescope eyepiece, handheld--

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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by saratogaWX on Today at 04:34:53 PM »
We were in the 74% zone.  Temperature mostly steady while solar radiation did a big dip.
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by alanb on Today at 04:19:23 PM »
Viewing here in east central IA (92% zone) was disappointing at best with overcast skies. It darkened some and the temperature dropped about 2 F. Otherwise it was a non-event IMO.
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by Jasiu on Today at 04:05:54 PM »
In Casper, WY, using my Kestral 3500 (under a shady rock), we went from 76.0 down to 63.4 (end of totality).

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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by dupreezd on Today at 03:54:15 PM »
Houston, was at 67% and this is the solar graph.
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by ggsteve on Today at 03:02:34 PM »
Ok, THAT WAS COOL!  My wife asked to fly to Nashville for her birthday to see the eclipse.  I'm not a big traveller. but boy did she have a good idea this time.  She booked us into a horse ranch Air b-n-b that couldn't be nicer.  The eclipse finished totality about a half hour ago and it was stunning!  We saw the crescents, the "snakes" on the concrete patio seconds before totality, the diamonds and beads even fewer seconds before totality, two minutes of corona, and then a reverse repeat of the same phenomenon.  Wow.  Only complaint is the crick in my neck from looking straight up from our premium position!
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Earth Sciences / Re: Solar Eclipse.
« Last post by WeatherHost on Today at 02:54:48 PM »
Wasn't much of a temperature change that I could attribute to it.  More related to the cloud cover and approaching storm possibility.

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