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Friday Saturday Sunny Mostly Sunny 76/64 78/64 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 0% Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Partly Cloudy Mostly Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny 78 / 67 77 / 66 75 / 64 77 / 66 81 / 70 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 0% 10-2131415161718110111+1 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 1 l+: Extreme Exposure Date High Low Normals Precip 8/15 67 57 79/620.00" 8/16 66 59 79/620.00" 8/17 69 59 79/620.00" 8/18 72 58 79/620.00" 8/19 70 57 79/620.00" 8/20 67 59 79/620.00" 8/21 70 60 79/620.00" Has there ever been a year Without an Atlantic hurricane ? sanna.u.mq attmaaq auou lnq 'pouuoj stmo~s lea!dora moj 'L061 uI :aa~suv temperature of 76,humidity of 74%. West Day AM PM southwest wind 4 to 13 mph. The record high Fri 2:52-4:52 3:15-5:15 temperature for today is 92 set in 1966. Expect Sat 3:37-5:37 4:00-6:00 mostly cloudy skies tonight with an overnight low Sun 4:23-6:23 4:45-6:45 of 640. South wind 2 to 10 mph: The record low Mon 5:08-7:08 5:31-7:31 for tonight is 54 set in 1948. Saturday, skies will Tue 5:54-7:54 6:17-8:17 be mostly sunny with a high temperature of 78,Wed 6:41-8:41 7:04-9:04 humidity of 65%. Southwest wind 4 to 11 mph. Thu 7:28-9:28 7:52-9:52 Saturday night, skies will be mostly cloudy with an overnight low of 640. West southwest wind 1 to 9 mph. Sunday, skies will be partly cloudy with a high of 78,humidity of 63%. Avalon Catalina Harbor Hi~ Low ~ Low Day ~ Low ~gh Low Fri 12:40pm 6:19am None 6:52pm Fri 12:01am 6:27am 12:45pm 7:00pm Sat 12:44am 6:53aml:20pm7:52pm Sat 12:49am 7:01aml:25pmS:00pm Sun l:41am7:28am 2:06pro 9:llpm Sunl:46am 7:36am 2:llpm9:19pm Mon 3:07am8:12am 3:05pm10:46pm Mon3:12am 8:20am 3:10pro 10:54pm Tue 5:20am9:24am 4:19pmNone Tue5:25am 9:32am 4:24pmNone Wed 7:01am12:08am5:30pmll:07am Wed7:06am 12:16am5:35pmll:15am Thu 7:48aml:03am 6:25pm12:20pm Thu7:53am l:llam 6:30pm12:28pm Aug. 25, 1987 Morning thunderstorms produced heavy rain " eastern Nebraska and southwestern Iowa. Stanton, Iowa reported 10.51 inches of rain. Water was reported up i to the handle of automobiles west of: Greenwood,Neb. First Fri 8/29 Sat Sun Mon Full @ Tue 9/6 Wed Thu Sunrise .Sunset Moonrise Meenset 6:23 a.m.7:27 p.m. 10:16 a.m. 10:08 p.m. 6:24 a.m.7:26 p.m. 11:12 a.m. 10:43 p.m. 6:24 a.m.7:24 p.m. 12:08 p.m. 11:19 p.m. 6:25 a.m.7:23 p.m. 1:02 p.m.t 1:56 p.m. 6:26 a.m.7:22 p.m. 1:55 p.m.Next Day 6:26 a.m.7:21 p.m. 2:46 p.m.12:37 a.m. 6:27 a.m.7:19 p.m. 3:36 p.m.1:21 a.m. New 9/20 The Great American Eclipse is now just hours away, and as I write this StarWatch days earlier, I am wondering if I will be observing under a clear - night sky anticipating good weather for E-day or whether I will be racing west towards Idaho during the cover of night or eastward into Nebraska in search of better viewing conditions. During our western trip last year, Pete Detterline (Montgomery County Community College) and I spent I~. five days searching for various observing sites between central Nebraska and east central Idaho. ~ pick was Guernsey State Park in eastern Wyoming for its acceptable location to the centerline, its distance from where we anticipated the majority of the 600,000 people coming into Wyoming (nearly half from Denver) would be headed, and for the hospitality that Guernsey Park officials offered to us in exchange for ous promotion of the eclipse to some of the nearly 5000 visitors that were anticipated coming into the area by August 21. We were given two spacious ymts, a circular tent created by forming waterproof fabrics (originally animal skins) over a pole frame. These ~ were first used by the nomadic peoples of cenwal Asia, but unlike their earlier counterparts, these yurts were plush, with polished wooden floors, bunk beds with mattresses, a stove for the cool evenings, and a ventilation system. How could we say no to an arrangement like that? In addition, the yurts were located up high on a peninsula of land overlooking Guernsey Reservoir with a beautiful view of 10,276-foot Laramie Peak 33 miles distant which is also in the path of the moon's shadow. This solar eclipse will be the ninth one that I've traveled to witness. It all sta~d in 1970 with a total solar eclipse in ~n, NC. Then it was 1972 -Gaspe Peninsula, Canada (cloudy); 1973-off the coast of Matait~ia, Africa; 1984-Osceola, North Carolina; 1991-offthe coast of Katlm.Kona. Hawaii; 1994-Canmillo, Texas; 1998-off tbe coast of Am~ 1999-Prospect Harb~, Maine; 2012-Chaon Canyon, New Mexico; and now here in ~y Sta~ Park, Wyoming. Say a prayer for the tern of milliuns of Ammicam and fo~gn tourisls who who Imve traveled for so long and far to bask in the monn's shadow. May the lmth of totality be clear from sea to shining Se~L www-astrcqaomy.org i With Capt. John Hocking Editor's note: The following is When depu- the Avalon Sheriff's Station signif- ties tried to icant incidents report for the week arrest the of Aug. 23 to Aug. 29. suspect, he All suspects are presumed inno- attempted to cent until proven guilty in a court jump out of a of law. second story Many people who are arrested window. The do not get prosecuted in the first suspect and place and many who are prosecuted the deputies do not get convicted, were injured from the bro- August 23 ken window. Stephen Saunders-Hillis from Highland, California, was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence assault in the 129 block of Whittley Avenue. The Suspect and his live- i in girlfriend were arguing over her drinking problem' when the argu- ment allagedIy turned physical. August 24 , ' Deputies received a report of a stolen 8 hp outboard boat motor at Pebbly Beach open anchor area. The outboard was On a boat at the time of the theft. The investigation is ongoing. Capt. John Hocking Station commander August 27 Deputies and the fire depart- ments responded to the Buffalo Nickel restaurant regarding a fire. The fire department was able to extinguish the fire. The fire start- ed in the kitchen area. There were no injuries. Deputies arrested a 17-year-old juvenile on suspicion of writing graffiti on a Catalina Express boat. The juvenile allegedly Wrote gang/ tagging type of graffiti on several different locations on the boat. August 28 August 25 Deputies received a call of Deputies received a call of a a hit-and-run in the 200 block stolen surveillance camera at the of Sumner Avenue. The owner ArialAdventure Park. An employ- returned to her vehicle when she ee was troubleshooting problems realized someone had collided with the camera-line when he saw into the driver's side mirror of her that the entire camera was missing, vehicle, damaging it before leav- The investigation is ongoing, ing the scene. The investigation is ongoing. August 26 Deputies responded to a fam- ily disturbance call in the 130 Augur29 block of Clarissa Avenue. Deputies Nothing significant to report. arrested Luis Eduardo Gutierrez of Avalon on suspicion of assault. Safety Note: Please drive The deputies who responded to the safe and look for school children. disturbance call determined that There will be more school children the suspect allegedly bit one fam- out and about since school is now ily member and assaulted another, in session. 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