Month: August 2016
Monsoonal moisture over the Grand Canyon produced much needed rain this week but watch as a cloud produces a rain shower and watch as that rain disappears.. Hot dry air from the depths of the Grand Canyon is probably responsible for the dissolution of the rain. I thought for sure I was going to be […]
In case you missed it, tonight’s crescent moon was accompanied by Jupiter, just above it.
Another monsoon storm this week produced one fine rainbow at Zion National Park including raindrops. Yesterday’s monsoon brought flash floods that ravaged the area. Luckily the warnings were made earlier in the day. Watch in HiDef at Full Screen. Still photos to follow soon.