Outdoor San Diego Entries for October, 2009

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The End of Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Savings Time Ends this Sunday morning, November 1, at 2am. With the resumption of standard time, midday (the time ...

Autumn Trends

The Planet Jupiter gleams high in the southern sky after dark during the entire month of October. Jupiter's Galilean satellites, ...

The Orionid Meteor Shower Happening Now

The Orionid Meteor Shower peaks on the evening of Tuesday, October 20 and the morning of October 21. Viewing of ...

Crescent Moon Tonight

A delicate crescent moon, its cusps diagonally inclined, sinks to the western horizon as twilight fades on Monday evening, October ...

October's Lowest Tides

Coinciding with afternoon hours on sequential days, low tides usher in several months of excellent tidepooling opportunities. A -0.5 foot ...

Morning Webs and Autumn Leaves

Spider Webs, decorated with myriads of tiny dew droplets, are a beautiful sight on foggy autumn mornings. Look for them ...

Dance of Three Planets

Venus, Saturn and Mercury, perform an intricate "dance" in the eastern sky at the first light of dawn during the ...

Ground Fog

Dense ground fogs are a trademark of the onset of autumn along San Diego's coastal strip. Fog materializes during the ...

Black Oaks

The tawny hues of the black oak tree are just beginning to highlight the slopes of San Diego County's higher ...

Chinese Flame Trees

Chinese flame trees are now displaying colorful clusters of orange, reddish, or salmon-pink seed pods. Good specimens line the south ...

Sand Heads Offshore

As the beach season winds down, San Diego County's coastline is padded by what is likely the deepest and widest ...

Coastal Sage-Scrub

San Diego's Coastal Sage-Scrub Vegetation is now at the very nadir of its growth cycle. Shades of gray and yellow ...

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