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Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Sunny Sunny Mostly SunnyMostly SunnyPartly Cloudy 73 / 58 70 / 55 68/57 69 / 57 67 / 55 Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Wednesday Thursday Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy 66/51 64/48 Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% 10-213141511M8191101 ll+ I 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 1 I+: Extreme Exposure 2/27 51 46 65/51 0.05" 2/28 55 45 65/51 0.00" 3/1 64 47 64/51 0.00" !3/2 69 55 64/51 0.00" 3/3 72 58 64/51 0.00" 3/4 63 49 65/51 0.00" 3/5 53 45 65/51 0.06" Today we will see sunny skies with a high temperature of 73, humidity of 56%. The record high temperature for today is 88 set in 1997. Expect mostly clear skies tonight with an overnight low of 58. The record low for tonight is 36 set in 1962. Saturday, skies will be sunny with a high temperature of 70, humidity of 52%. Skies will be partly cloudy Saturday night with an overnight low of 55. Expect mostly sunny skies Sunday with a high temperature of 68. Skies will remain mostly sunny Monday with a high temperature of 69. Tuesday, skies will be partly cloudy with a high temperature of 67. Avalon mgh Low ta h Low Fri 7:37 am1:38 am 8:40 pm2:23 pm Can weather satellites be used QJ sat 8:19 am 2:19 am 9:09 pm 2:56 pm to studyinsects? t Sun 9:57am 3:58am10:38pm4:26pm Mon 10:34am4:35amll:05pm4:54pm .sal!llalesas~ql~u!snqqaleqslsnaol Tue ll:llam5:12amll:33pm5:21pm Wed ll:48am5:5tamNone 5:46pm u~qra au!ttUal~p tm~ SlS!lUa!aS Thu 12:00am6:32am12:30pm6:llpm Fri 8:18-10:18 7:48-9:48 Sat 9:05-11:05 8:35-10:35 Sun 9:51-11:51 9:21-11:21 Mon 10:35-12:3510:05-12:05 Tue " 11:18-1:18 10:48-12:48 Wed 11:30-1:30 11:00-1:00 Thu .... 11:31-1:31 Catalina Harbor tUgh Low tUgh Low Fri 7:42 am1:46 am 8:45 pm2:31 pm Sat 8:24am 2:27am9:14pm 3:04pro Sun 10:(Y2am 4:06am10:43pm4:34pm Mon 10:39am4:43am11:10pro 5:02pro Tee 11:16am5:20am11:38pm5:29pm Wed 11:53am5:59amNone 5:54pm Thu 12:05am6:40am12:35l~n 6:19pm ~.,h..19.,_19_1~ - Thirty-four cities /--~., ~ Sunrise ~ M~nrise in the central and southwesternFull/'_~,~,'~ Fri 6:08 a.m. 5:58 p.m.4:22 p.m.5:01 a.m. New United States reported new record 3/12\,;~U) Sat 6:07 a.m. 5!58 p.m. 5:22 p.m. 5:40 a.m. 3/27 high temperatures for the date. The ~'/~-~J Sun 7:05 a.m.6:59 p.m.6:20 p.m.7:17 a.m. high of 85 degrees at Hanksville, Mon 7:04 a.m.7:00 p.m.8:17 p.m.7:52 a.m. Utah was a record for March, and Last Tue 7:03 a.m. 7:01 p.m. 9:13 p.m. 8:25 a.m. "J~ First Pueblo Colo. equaled their March3/20 Wed 7:01 a.m.7:01 p.m. 10:08 p.m. 8:59 a.m. ~ 4/3 record of 86 degrees. Thu 7:00 a.m.7:02 p.m. 11:02 p.m. 9:34a.m. We are on the verge of an explosion. The warmer weather that we have experienced during the past several weeks has caused my maple " frees to spring into life with buds that look like they are ready to flower. Make no mistake; it isn't spring yet, but the process has begun. From ~." March 5 through April 5, with the first day of spring squarely in between, we will be proceeding through a metamorphosis. On March 5 the ~t , sun in southeastern PA rises to a noontime (due south) altitude of 44 degrees. By April 5 the sun's due south altitude,.which is the greatest angular distance above the horizon that the sun can achieve for that day, is 56 degrees. That is a change of 12 degrees. Compare this to the difference in the sun's summer/winter solstice altitude during the same 31 day cycle, which is less than one degree, and you may understand why I am so excited. Although May is the transition period between cool to warm because the Earth continues to absorb far more energy than it is reradiating i back into space at night, it is this t5-(~y period before and after the ~luinoxes that the stm makes its grea~atn~ or 1~ in altitud~ for the year. Like~ise, the amount of time that the sun is above the horizon also explodes as we move from 11 hours, 29 minutes of sunlight to 12 hours, 53 minutes that Sol is visible, an increase of 1 hour, 24 minutes in just one month. Add the commencement of Daylight Saving Tune early on Sunday morning, March 12, and sunset will occur one hour later on that same day. The sun will also rise an hour later tricking us into believing that the amount of daylight has yet again exploded. It feels that way because many of~ are still asleep at the time of sunrise Sunday morning so we only notice the extended time of sunset. What a difference that makes in the way I feel, even though air temperatures are still cool for the most part. So why go to Florida, the land of snakes and swamps, on Spring Break when in just 30 some days the tanning rays of the sun will be just as effective here? I never ~ould figure that out--wink, wink! March 10 through March 16 Shows Nightly at 7:30 Rated R Admission:Adult $15.00 Senior & Child 513.00 Every Tuesday $10.00 Admission For More Information Call 310-510-0179 THE ATAUNA ISLANDER Friday, March 10, 2017 i 11