Outdoor San Diego Entries for September, 2009

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Smoggy Days Ahead

The smoggiest days of the year are most likely to occur during the next two months. Persistent temperature inversions (warmer ...

Escaping the Heat of the Santa Anas

Late September or Early October signals the beginning of Santa Ana winds, which may continue intermittently through the winter. Early ...

Autumn Arrives

Fall Officially Begins at 2:19 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time on Tuesday, September 22 -- a good excuse to throw, a ...

Zodiacal Light

The Zodiacal Light, which can appear as a diffuse, pillar-shaped glow in the eastern sky for up to an hour ...

Crescent Moon and High Tide on Wednesday, September 16

The Highest Tide for September (a not-very-high +6.2 feet), is predicted for 8:10 p.m. on Wednesday, the 16th. The month's ...

Sunset in Rapid Decline

The time of sunset changes most rapidly this time of the year. This is mainly because the sun is swinging ...

Fall Migrant Birds

Wood warblers and other fall migrants can be seen at Cabrillo National Monument and its vicinity on Point Loma, Torrey ...

Chaparral Activity

The chaparral, the tangled assortment of low-growing, drought-resistant, native shrubs covering much of San Diego County's lower mountain slopes, has ...

East County Thundershowers Spur Vegetation

Summer thundershowers, having blessed the eastern margin of San Diego County with welcome, if spotty precipitation of late, have triggered ...

Shore Birds Arrive

Shore Birds migrating southward are beginning to arrive in San Diego County. Through fall and winter various ducks, sandpipers, and ...

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