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Sept. 10 - No significant inci- dents. Sept. 11 - No significant inci- dents. Sept. 12 - No significant inci- dents. Sept. 13 - At 2:15 PM, an adult from West Hollywood, was cited for possession of Marijuana. At 3 p.m., Lisandro Ramirez, a of was for pub - M/21, resident Downey, arrested drunk in lic. At 6:30 p.m., Robert Leonard, M/29, a resi- dent of Two Harbors, was arrested for burglary Capt. Doug Fetterell Station Commander At ll:10p.m., Gina Montoya, a resident of Santee, was arrested for drunk in public. Sept. 14 - At 9:58 PM, a non- criminal fire occurred in the 100 block of Catalina Avenue. At 2:10 a.m., a resident of Woodland Hills, was arrested for a crime of domestic violence. At 10:55 p.m., Peter Jones, M/47, an Avalon resident, was arrested for drunk in public. Sept. 15 - No significant inci- dents. Sept. 16 - Matthew Keith, M/22, an Avalon resident, was arrested for his involvement in an alleged assault that occurred in July. Sept. 17 - No significant inci- dents Good Citizen of the Month - Avalon depu- ties would like to join the Avalon Fire Department in recognizing the heroic efforts of Volunteer Firefighter Luis Martinez. Luis helped save the life of a child during a near-drowning accident at Pebbly Beach and is to be commended for his actions. Reminder - On October 1, 2014, from 5 to 6: p.m., the public is invited to join the Captain and some of his (bilingual) deputies for a cup of coffee at the next Neighborhood Outreach meeting The meeting will be held at Pete's Cafe and is for the purpose of sharing ideas regarding com- munity policing while focusing on the future. Note: No golf carts were reported stolen this week. Brothers Dohn Shaw (last name was modi- fied brom Bashaw), 73, and Paul Bashaw, 72 are seen together in Avalon for Dohn's recent birthday. They are seen above when they were 7 and 8 years old in Avalon where their family often vacationed. Courtesy photo Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ~ Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy Mostly Sunny Partly Cloud} 77 / 66 76 / 66 76 / 67 78 / 64 77 / 64 79 / 61 78 / 62 l i Preeip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance ~ 0% 10-2131415 E lm 8191101 11+ I 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 11+: Extreme Exposure Date High Norm s 9/8 :: 81 7~ 75/64 0.00, 919 80 66 75164 0.00" 9/10 81 65 75164 0.00" 9/11 85 74 75/64 0.00" 9/12 87 74 75/63 0.00" 9/13 92 76 75/63 0.00" 9/14 98 82 75/63 0.00" Mammatus clouds are what 9 shape ? "odeqs m. punoz xe~Ide ~aqL ::ro-a~V VCeather Histo~' Sun/Moon Chart This V~eek - The eye of a hurricane passed over New Orleans and the barometric pressure dipped to 28.61 inches The hurricane killed 51 people and caused 110 million dollars in damage. It produced wind gusts to 155 mph at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. two days earlier. Today we will see mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 77, humidity of 68%. The record high temperature for today is 95 set in 1979. Expect partly cloudy skies tonight with an overnight low of 66. The record low for tonight is 50 set in 1954. Saturday, skies will be mostly sunny with a high temperature of 76,: humidity of 78%. Skies will be mostly cloudy Saturday night with an overnight low of 66. Expect mostly sunny skies Sunday with a high temperature of 76. Skies will remain mostly sunny Monday with a high temperature of 78. Tuesday, skies will be partly cloudy with a high temperature of 77. Avalon ~ Low ltJCa Low Fri 8:07 am 1:40 am 7:26 pm 1:35 pm Sat 8:31 am 2:11 am 8:03 pm 2:09pro San 8:52 am 2:38 am 8:37 pm 2:40 pm Men 9:13am3:02am9:09pm3:llpm Ttm 9:35 am 3:26 am 9:41 pm 3:42 pm Wed 9:57am3:49am10:14pm 4:14pm Thu 10:22am 4:13am10:50pro 4:49pm Dax New Fri 9/24 Sat Sun ion First ~ Tue 1011 Wed Thu Day_ AM PAl Fri 8:15-10:158:45-10:45 Sat 9:00-11:009:30-11:30 Sun 9:43-11:4310:13-12:13 Mon 10:26-12:26 10:56-12:56 Tue 11:09-1:09l 1:39-1:39 Wed 11:53-1:53 .... Thu 1:07-3:07 12:37-2:37 Catalina Harbor Fri 8:12am l:48am7:31pro l:43pm Sat 8:36am 2:19am8:08pro 2:17pm San 8:57 am2:46 am 8:42 pm 2:48 pm Men 9:18am 3:10am9:14pm3:19pm Tue 9:40 am3:34 am 9:46 pm 3:50 pm Wed 10:02am3:57am10:19pm 4:22pm Thu 10:27 am 4:21 am 10:55 pm 4:57 l~n Sunrt~ Snnset Moon~ 6:40 6:53 pan.2:39 a.m.4:17 p.m. ( ~~- ~ Full 6:40a.m. 6:52pan. 3:31a.m. 4:53p.m.~J.~"~! 10t8 6:41 aan6:50 pan.4:24 aan.5:26 pan. 6:42 aan.6:49 pan.5:17 aan.5:59 pan. 6:42 aan.6:47 pan.6:11 aan.6:31 p.m. ~//'~'~ Last 6:43 a.m.6:46 pan.7:05 a.rn. 7:04 p.m. ~k~ 10/15 6:44 aan.6:45 pan.8:01 aan.7:39 pan. If you are a creature of habit like me, going to and from work or school at the same time, then it has been impossible for you not to have noticed the changing times and positions of sunrise and sunset and the lowering of the sun's altitude in the sky. That westward " stretch of highway where the san was to the right (north) during the summer is now presenting you with a san that is setting directly ~t', in front of you. But don't worry; as the weeks pass the sun will rapidly, then more gradually, move to the left (south) of the roadway as Sol moves from above to below the celestial equator. The moment this happens is called the autumnal equinox, and this year it occurs at 10:29 p.m. on September 22. The san is directly over the equator and now slips into the Southern Hemisphere, leaving mid- latitude and high latitude locations clutched in their seasons of long shadows and darkness. For me it inaugurates my least belo~,ed time of the year, and my wife's favorite. Opposites really do attract. The whole process of the seasons is a function of the Earth's tilted ~ds to the perpendicular of its orbital plane. It's not much, just 23.5 degrees, but it creates all of the effects that plunge us into the depths of wintcr, including the possibility of winter storms and unexpected snow days. During winter, the sun rises to the south of east by a substantial amount and sets to the south of west by the same amount because the location of the sun is well below the equator, 23.5 degrees south by the winter solstice. This more southerly exposure shortens the time that the sun is visible in the sky from rising to setting, and its lower altitudespreads out its energy across the landscape, making Sol a much less effective warmer of the Earth. All of these winter effects happen as the Earth's orbit takes us to our closest approach to the sun in early January-. Yeah, the seasons have nothing to do with the distance of the Earth from the san. NEWPORT BEACH TO CATALINA 800-830-77 Departs Balboa Pavilion 9am / Return from Avalon departs 4:30pro