The next couple of nights will clear enough for you to be able to see the Draconid meteor showers. These meteor showers are sometimes called the Giacobinids. These meteor showers come from the northern constellation Draco the Dragon and favor temperate regions in the north, so we are one of the lucky locations to see this light show. It won’t be as brilliant as the Perseid meteor shower, but you will be able to enjoy it for the next couple of nights as skies will become clear. Here’s more on when and where to watch it.
We have a nice opportunity to spot the space station traveling above us tonight. It will appear at 8:05 pm and travel from the southwestern sky to the east/northeast.
Parts of the Southeast are dealing with FEET of rainfall.
There’s an area of high pressure moving toward us, which is helping change our weather.
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Days like we saw on Saturday are not typical for early October. In fact, we tied a record!
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A chilly day perfect for chili!
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More clouds and even some tropical moisture to move in over the weekend.
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