Weather Information for SE GA / SE SC
Sunday, November 28, 2021
Forecast for SE GA / SE SC
Yoday (Nov 28)
Mostly cloudy with a small chance for a few light sprinkles of rain late in the day and early evening followed by clearing after midnight. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s and lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
Monday (Nov 29)
Clear. Highs will be in the upper 50s to around 60 and lows in the low to mid 30s except upper 30s to lower 40s along the islands.
Tuesday (Nov 30)
Mostly sunny. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s and lows around 40.
Wednesday (Dec 1)
Fair to partly cloudy. Highs will be in the upper 60s and lows in the low to middle 40s.
Thursday (Dec 2)
Mostly sunny. Highs will be in the lower70s and lows in the upper 40s.
Friday (Dec 3)
Fair to partly cloudy. Highs will be in thelow to mid 70s and lows around 50.
Saturday (Dec 4)
Fair to partly cloudy. Highs will be in the low to mid 70s and lows in the upper 40s.
See the FORECAST RAIN CHANCES/AMOUNTS ... FORECAST TEMPERATURES ... and the FORECAST CLOUDS & WINDS for your area
Beach Water Temperatures are in the mid to upper 50s
A complete & comprehensive meteorological discussion is available from the National Weather Service, Charleston and from the NWS, Jacksonville, FL
Heavenly Backyard Astronomy
Nights Under the Stars
Comet LEONARD ...
This non-periodic comet was discovered by G. J. Leonard in January of 2021. It is now approaching the sun as it flies past earth (on December 12) and Venus (December 18) and will reach perihelion (closest approach to the sun) on January 3. In this image, the magnitude was around 8 (The dimmest stars that you can see without a telescope are 5 or less, and mostly 3 or less ... the lower the magnitude, the brighter the stars.) It could possibly brighten below magnitude 3 during this time becoming a naked-eye comet. The comet is moving at an incredible speed of about 42 km per second (26 mps or 94,000 mph) and is accelerating. Currently, the morning comet is in the vicinity of the constellation of Boötes near the bright star Arcturus.
I was able to get 24 frames of 2 minutes each due this morning resulting in a nearly one hour image. The comet is too dim to see without a small telescope or binoculars.
So, what elese is up in the Nighttime Sky Now? Click Here to Gander at the Springtime Nights Sky
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