Friday, November 06, 2009

Skywatch Friday - Season 4 Episode 17


By early evening today's clear blue skies, without a hint of clouds all day, gave way to these light and wispy clouds appearing from the outer bands of Hurricane Ida. Ida, which hit Nicaragua with 75 mph winds, is expected to be in the central Gulf of Mexico by midday Tuesday as a tropical storm.


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8 comments:

J Bar said...

Fantastic sunset.
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Jacob said...

A glorious testimony to Florida's penchant for sunlit day and skies lit by fire!

JOE TODD said...

Just got back from Florida and am posting Florida skies on my Ohio blog. You do have some great skies

magicpolaroid said...

absolutely stunning!

nadine1111 said...

Super sky!

Lori Skoog said...

Hey Frank...another beauty. In looking back a few posts, I am so impressed with all the you write about your shots. Wish I could limit myself more on the photographs and include more words. I think I'm stuck.

Linda said...

Very sobering to think that these beautiful wispy clouds are the advance party of something much more serious.

Joshua Zimmerman said...

Great photo! The sky has some great colors.