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Katrine Basso

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About Katrine Basso

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    Chionophile: a person who loves cold weather, snow

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    South Ockendon, Thurrock, SW Essex
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    Weather and climate blogs, Science fiction, Science fantasy, fantasy, comic book genres in books, TV shows and films. British rural customs, traditions, crafts and weather lore. I have been SETI project member since May 2018.
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    Severe frosts, Heavy snowfall, Thunder and lightning, Stormy weather

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  1. It is still dark in Thurrock at 6:20 am. The temperature is 16.0°C, with humidity at 75%. The barometer is at 1009.4 and it is rising.
  2. Sunspot number: 0 Spotless Days Current Stretch: 20 days 2019 total: 189 days (71%) The Radio Sun 10.7 cm flux: 68 sfu Thermosphere Climate Index today: 4.21x1010 W Cold
  3. "It unbelievable show last night in the Lofoten islands," says Cooper. No geomagnetic storm was in progress on Sept. 21st when Cooper took the picture. Instead, a minor solar wind stream was brushing against Earth's magnetic field--barely elevating the background density and speed of gaseous material flowing around our planet.
  4. Here in Thurrock, the rain has finally arrived. Wind is accompanying the rain. Hopefully there will be more rain to come for our area, in the next few following days. The temperature is 19.2°C, and the humidity has increased from 60% to 72%. The barometer pressure has been falling steadily and it is at 1003.5. The wind is coming from a Southerly direction and will changing WSW by 2pm. The wind speed is 14 miles per hour and the gusts are 21 miles per hour.
  5. http://www.solarham.net/ Solar Terrestrial Data 22 September 2019 1016 GMT Sun spot number: 0 Solar flux index: 68
  6. EQUINOX AURORAS: Auroras love equinoxes. At this time of year even a gentle gust of solar wind can spark bright auroras around the Arctic Circle. Petra Schneider sends this example of the phenomenon from Hamarøy, Norway:
  7. From next week I will be receiving twice weekly deliveries of bottled milk. I try and buy products made from recycled and/or biodegradable material. I have stopped buying kitchen paper towels and I have bought reusable bamboo kitchen towels. I recycle more, now. In my back garden, I have created a home for nature where I have bird nesting boxes, hedgehog home, small pond as well as growing native wildflowers, trees and shrubs. I have now got a water butt to collect rainwater.
  8. I think that the CET at the end of the month will be between 13.0 and 13.9.
  9. I am waiting for the possible arrival of rain and hopefully it will be more than just light drizzle. There is a blue, sunny sky which has a small scattering of cirrus clouds. The temperature at 11:26 am is 16.6°C and the humidity is at 65%. The barometer pressure is at 1026.6, steady. I have noticed that when the humidity is at 70+, there is more chance of rain in Thurrock along with a lowering of the barometer pressure.
  10. NORTHERN LIGHTS AND A LUNAR FOGBOW: The end of summer is a good time to be in Aslaska. Specifically, on the foggy banks of the Coleville River Delta. Last night, photographer James Helmericks was there, and this is what he saw:
  11. Earlier on in the morning, I saw the moon which I photographed and downloaded. The moon on the photo is very blurred and it is behind the tree's branches. This afternoon there are cumulus fractus clouds against a background of light blue sky. The temperature is 16.5% along with 63% humidity. The pressure is at 1031.3mb, Steady. The mornings and evenings are getting cooler and this morning was especially cool. It was lovely not to have cope with hot sticky humid weather.
  12. IT MUST BE SEPTEMBER: Studies show that September is one of the very best months for auroras. At this time of year around the Arctic Circle, the lights often appear for no apparent reason. That's exactly what happened last night. With no geomagnetic storm to provoke a display, one appeared anyway:
  13. http://www.sidc.be/silso/ Sun spot activity 15 September : 0
  14. Sunny but cool morning with dew on cars and vans windows. The time is 8:30 am and the temperature is 15.1°C, with humidity of 68%. The barometer pressure is at 1024.7 and it is falling steadily.
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