Outdoor San Diego Entries for January, 2010

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Red Planet, Beehive Cluster, Wolf Moon

Mars comes to opposition with the sun on Friday, January 29, meaning that it appears opposite (180 degrees from) the ...

Exceptionally High and Low Tides

Extreme tides are set to occur on several days during the end of January. These tides coincide with the full ...

Ceanothus and Acacias

Ceanothus, or wild lilac, normally a late winter or early spring blooming native plant, should begin blossoming this month in ...

Rain Means Waterfalls

San Diego County's Waterfalls, already swollen with runoff and snowmelt from recent storms, should be at their very best during ...

Winter Constellations and a Waxing Crescent Moon

The Glittery, Bright "Winter Constellations" of Orion, Taurus, Auriga, Gemini, Canis Major, and Canis Minor are best seen during early ...

Rain Likely to Occur

Highest Monthly Rainfall Totals in San Diego are most likely to occur in January and February (about 1.9 inches each ...

Latest Sunrise of the Year

The latest sunrise of 2010 (on standard, not daylight time) occurs Sunday, January 10, near 6:52 a.m. for most of ...

Where's Venus These Days?

Venus is nowhere to be seen, and for good reason. Venus is currently at superior conjunction, which means that it ...

San Diego's Lowest Temperatures

Recent Chilly Days and Nights only confirm that San Diego's lowest temperatures (according to more than a century of weather ...

Gray Whale Migration

Gray whale migration off San Diego County's coast peaks this month. The best view spots from land are high points ...

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