Here comes the rain again. That Annie Lennox song is stuck in my head. Showers linger much of today across Minnesota.
— NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) September 25, 2018
The rain comes with cooler temperatures. Monday night’s cold front blew in temperatures in the 50s. Wednesday looks sunny and slightly milder with highs in the lower 60s. After a run of 50s into the weekend, we return to the 60s, and possibly 70 degrees by next Tuesday.
I think the model below is conservative for next Tuesday.
Clouds obscured the Harvest moonrise in much of Minnesota last night. But some great images are coming in from around the globe.
Tonight's Harvest Moon rise over the hills of Devon & Dorset. The tiered feature on the horizon, just below the Moon's disc, is the southern end of Pilsdon Pen hill fort (about 19.5km from the camera). https://t.co/R6gcgLNxi8 #astrophotography #HarvestMoon #Moon pic.twitter.com/fXLuJAkJyB
— Will Gater (@willgater) September 24, 2018
— Andy Gibb (@_andy_gibb_) September 25, 2018
Tonight's full Harvest Moon over #AustinTX. Good night, Austin.
New to the Over Austin collection at https://t.co/X7XO5Xk2od#moon #fullmoon #HarvestMoon #harvestMoon2018 #ATX #atxwx pic.twitter.com/CtMm0Up6zu
— Christopher Sherman (@cvsherman) September 25, 2018
Super Typhoon Trami
Incredible pictures this morning from Super Typhoon Trami in the western Pacific.
Super Typhoon #Trami's wide eye (34 NM) nearing #Taiwan & #Japan's Ryukyu islands. JTWC reports significant uncertainty in the forecast track & track speeds. https://t.co/phFEgc54X9 pic.twitter.com/pEKIM2oKA7
— UW-Madison CIMSS (@UWCIMSS) September 24, 2018
Renewables growing fast
But is it fast enough to stave off the worst climate change impacts? Here’s more from Climate Central.