Outdoor San Diego Entries for November, 2010

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Tarantulas and Ice Crystals

Atmospheric Ice-crystal Effects are often observed, starting about this time of year, because of the frequent appearance of high clouds ...

Rainbow Season

"Rainbow Season" arrives with the first rains of the season. Scattered showers are best for rainbow watching: sunlight refracting and ...

Beaver Moon Tonight

November's Full Moon rises dramatically in the east at around 4:45 p.m., just after the time of sunset, on Sunday, ...

Temperatures, Sunsets, and Fremont Cottonwoods

Low-lying Temperature Inversions commonly occur in San Diego as winter approaches. During the night and morning hours, a meterological condition ...

The Annual Leonid Meteor Shower

The Annual Leonid Meteor Shower, famous for its outbursts over the period 1998-2002, has now settled down to a modest ...

Declining Temps, Santa Anas, and Acorn Dropping

Local Temperatures should be declining most rapidly during this time of year, according to more than a century of local ...

Daylight Savings Time Arrives

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday morning, November 7 at 2 a.m. With the resumption of standard time, midday (the ...

New Moon = Extreme Tides

Extreme Low and High Tides are taking place this weekend, in concert with the new moon. On Friday, November 5, ...

The Taurid Meteor Shower and the Planet Venus

The Taurid Meteor Shower, featuring about 10-15 visible events per hour -- as seen under clear, dark skies -- peaks ...

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