Temperature: Precip. Day Max. Min. Inches. Fº Fº Jan. 15 39 25 .00 Jan. 16 47 29 .00 Jan. 17 43 27 .00 Jan. 18 43...
Temperature: Precip. Day Max. Min. Inches. Fº Fº Jan. 8 39 23 .00 Jan. 9 32 21 Trace* Jan. 10 27 14 .00 Jan. 11 27 13 ....
If skies are clear, stargazing will be great into next week. Tonight will be moonless; the moon is in the New Moon phase and too close to the sun to...
Temperature: Precip. Day Max. Min. Inches. Fº Fº Dec. 31 35 20 .00 Jan. 1 36 31 .35 Jan. 2 37 30 .20* Jan. 3 33 16 .10...
This is the month to look for Mars. The bright red planet rises in the east sky about two hours after sunset. Mars is best viewed when it is higher...
If you haven’t found Mars yet, tomorrow night, Jan. 2, offers a great opportunity. The moon and Mars appear side by side. The moon is one day past...
Temperature: Precip. Day Max. Min. Inches. Fº Fº Dec. 24 31 17 .00 Dec. 25 39 31 .00 Dec. 26 40 36 .00 Dec. 27 50 38 .23...
Temperature: Precip. Day Max. Min. Inches. Fº Fº Dec. 18 25 13 .00 Dec. 19 30 19 .00 Dec. 20 36 24 .84* Dec. 21 26 21 ....
For those willing to brave the cold night, there is a ruby red planet rising in the east after 10 p.m. Mars is a perfect example of how a planet gets...

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