Wind out of the northwest this morning along with the cloud cover was just another November 2017 morning. Below, pictures from the November 18th, 2014 report suggest that it could be worse.
A cloudy, but not a windy day. Better I’d say.
Another blustery day with winds over 38 mph. I watched the surfers below for about 15 minutes and they never stood up. Some day the sun will shine.
A miserable day for anything outdoors. Thanks to Rick Allen for today’s Leland Report main picture. The clouds made it. Waiting for a “Snow Report” from Leif
Gee, I wonder what I’ll feature on the LR today?
Today’s report is by Jim. Even when it’s dark, the color of the sunset lingers. Most people leave, but I stay because a camera, with a long exposure set, can capture color that is not visible to the eye. It smooths out waves, draws out clouds and simplifies chaos. It doesn’t matter when you’re there, this is Happy Hour… Read more »
A brief rain shower passed over last evening and fog greeted us this morning. Not enough rain to alleviate the No Burn rule. Sun finally burned thru the fog and another nice day was in store. Scattered thunderstorms are forecasted for tomorrow.
The shoreline of North Beach looks the shoreline of South Beach with the exception that the entrance path allows my battered legs access. My thanks to all who have made a nice flat path all the way down. The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had a total of 47 entries. We will report the final… Read more »
The morning began cloudy with a chance of drizzle and it did. Fish like to bite when it drizzles and they did. By noon the clouds moved out and the sun took over and with it, a beautiful afternoon. It’s great seeing these young anglers as they bring in the catch of the morning.
A cool rainy start ended with a cool sunny finish