Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Thanksgiving Eve eve

Mornin'!  It's 32° in Wildwood.  Feeling a little like winter out there this morning as there's a little frost the pumpkin!  It's just 28 days until the Winter Solstice (the 1st day of winter and shortest day of the year). Our furnace is once again fired up and heatin' the ol' seashore cottage! 
It's clear and starlit with no breezes.  It's very quiet with no breezes to note and you can hear the sounds of the surf crashing six blocks away (not counting our enormous Wildwood beach).  Ah...the crisp, sea air...it never fails to cure what ails ya!
It's going to be fairly nice one today as Ms Sun will be shining down brightly and warming us as the temp taps 50°.  By the way, it looks like Ms Sun is checked in until Saturday as the temps creep up a little each day this week.  Today's Winds will wift (I mean waft) over the island later this morning from the SW at 12-14mph.  Tonight...temps back into the mid-upper 30s with Winds shifting from the North light and variable at around 6-9mph. Full Moon's tomorrow and you know the drill...could be some tidal flooding.
High tide:6:02a.m.
Low tide:12:13p.m.
Ocean temp:56°
Full Moon Rise Tomorrow:5:45p.m.
November’s full Moon is called the Beaver Moon because it was the time to set beaver traps before the waters froze over. This Moon was also called the Full Frost Moon.
Also, did you know...The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite and rotates on its own axis about once for every 27.3 days as it takes to rotate the Earth? And...The Moon is about 30 times the diameter of the Earth as temperatures on the Moon can drop to 250 degrees below zero.

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