Outdoor San Diego Entries for September, 2010

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The Santa Anas Come to San Diego

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

Fall Officially Begins

Fall Officially Begins at 8:09pm local time on Wednesday, September 22 -- a good excuse to throw an impromptu evening ...

Jupiter at Opposition Today

Jupiter, the brilliant, star-like object glowing like a beacon in the eastern sky after nightfall, comes to "opposition" (180° away ...

Sunsets and Thundershowers

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

Zodiacal Light and a Waxing Crescent Moon

The Waxing Crescent Moon returns to the evening sky Thursday, September 9, its fingernail-shaped thin crescent barely visible above the ...

The Lowdown on Low Tides and Venus

The month's lowest tide (a not-very-low minus 0.8 foot) will occur on the morning of September 7th at 2:54am. During ...

The Beauty of Chaparral Landscape

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

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