Vol XV #225 – Sunday Whatever

Report #5335 Photo: LR_11-87-15

LR 11-08-2015

6:00 am ~ 40° ~ Cllear ~ Wind: W SW at 1 mph ~ Humidity:85%
Sunrise is at 7:31 am ~ Ave. Low is 35° ~ Record Low is 9° (1992)
3:00 pm. ~ 54° ~ Sunny ~ Wind: Southwest at 13 gusting to 26 mph~ Humidity: 55%
Sunset is at 5:22 pm ~ Ave. High is 51° ~ Record High is 72° (2008) 
Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure:30.29 in ~ Dew Point: 32° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles
Daylight: 9 Hrs, 51 Mns

Forecast for 11/09/2015 – Sunny, High: 52° F- Low:31° F

Vol XV #224 - November Clouds
Vol XV #226 - Meggen's Monday

Ft11-8-2015

Today’s  clear blue sky compared with yesterday’s clouds is a downer.  Clear blue skies are kinda boring.  Not much incentive for seeking out a pretty picture to take.  Besides my mind is on other things I have to do outside on such a nice clear blue day. 

Harbor11-8-2015

Biscuit11-8-2015

 

 

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Ken Willis
Ken Willis
4 years ago

That’s a heckava low for tomorrow night, eh?

Jim Burnham
Admin
4 years ago
Reply to  Ken Willis

Shorts weather 🙂

Sara Leeland
Sara Leeland
4 years ago

Wonder-full pics! Finding Leland Report every day lifts my spirits. I grew up in Leland, left for college in 1955….and otherwise rely on my once-a-year visits to renew my impressions of this beloved place.

Ginny in Connecticut
Ginny in Connecticut
4 years ago
Reply to  Sara Leeland

We visited my grandmother, Katherine Cordes, and our Cordes cousins in Leland every summer. You must have known some of them. It was such a wonderful place to grow up. I have to ask… is your last name really Leeland, or is that a play on words?

Jim Burnham
Admin
4 years ago

Sara has been with us for a while. Pretty sure that’s her real name 🙂

Judy in Grand Blanc
Judy in Grand Blanc
4 years ago

Thanks for sharing the bright blue Land of Delight, and taking time out to take the pics!

Dick,in Rankin
4 years ago

When you don’t feel like going out, draw something from the archives.
Most of us wouldn’t care.