I just had to use my ‘summer home’ (i.e. GB’s house on the Isle of Lewis off the West coast of Scotland) as ‘My Town’ for today’s theme because nowhere is the weather more visible than from his home with its wide open skies.
Ten minutes to a storm.
Five minutes to the storm.
Three minutes to the storm.
The storm breaks.
Sunlight on the water.
It’s raining out there.
Early morning mist in the valley.
Does the moment of sunrise count as weather? If not I’ll just point you to the clouds…
Mares’ Tails -
The strands of Cirrus cloud sometimes appear in tufts of a distinctive form referred to by the common name of mares' tails. While they indicate the arrival of rain, cirrus clouds themselves produce only fall streaks (falling ice crystals that evaporate before landing on the ground).
And one can't talk about the weather without showing a rainbow.
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