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    Perth (Huntingtowerfield, 3 miles West) asl 0m
  • Interests
    Meteorology, Astronomy, Archaeology, History, World War I (especially 36th Ulster Division), Creation Science, Bible Prophecy and as I am a Pharmacist, all things Medical.
  • Weather Preferences
    A foggy and frosty morning with newly fallen pristine snow - Paradise!
  1. Spring is on its way next week. Mrs HS was pruning trees today and I can confirm the sap is rising!
  2. Beautiful Aurora over The Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim:
  3. Interestingly the event in 1980 at Mt. St. Helens literally blew the uniformitarian Geologic interpretation to smithereens: http://creation.com/i-got-excited-at-mount-st-helens And simultaneously demolished the holy grail of the radioactive dating methods: http://creation.com/radio-dating-in-rubble
  4. Globally, January 2014 had highest temps since 2007 January 2014 also marked the 38th consecutive January and 347th consecutive month (almost 29 years) with a global temperature above the 20th century average. According to NOAA scientists, the globally-averaged temperature over land and ocean surfaces for January 2014 was the highest since 2007 and the fourth highest for January since reliable record keeping began in 1880. January 2014 also marked the 38th consecutive January and 347th consecutive month (almost 29 years) with a global temperature above the 20th century average. The last b
  5. Image of polar vortex at its peak, January 2014 NASA image shows the polar vortex as it plunged into the United States, on its peak day of January 6, 2014. Image credit: NASA Blistering cold air from the Arctic plunged southward this winter, breaking U.S. temperature records. On January 6, 2014, alone, approximately 50 daily record low temperatures were set, from Colorado to Alabama to New York, according to the National Weather Service. In some places temperatures were 40 degrees Fahrenheit colder than average. A pattern of winter winds that spin high above the Arctic, known
  6. Can confirm the passing of the cold front with heavy squally rain and temperature now 8.8C (-1.9C/hour) - textbook!
  7. Currently 10.8C with 100% cloud cover but an approaching cold front will lower that temperature and clear the sky somewhat.
  8. In Edinburgh this morning and although 8C by 13:00 the wind of the Forth would skin a rabbit.
  9. All the snow (slush!) gone and no wonder with a maximum of 8.3C today. Glorious sunshine this afternoon.
  10. Road conditions on A85 between Crieff and Methen atrocious with horizontal large snowflakes making forward visibility very poor. Less severe here but still a few cms of slush! Currently 1.0C/+0.3C.
  11. Five hours and no posts oh dear. Maximum today was 5.6C with 3mm of rain/sleet.
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