On-line Opinion Magazine…OK, it's a blog
Random header image... Refresh for more!

Happy HogWatch & Solstice

snowflakeAt 9:59 AM CST the winter solstice occurs marking the longest night of the year. If everyone has been good, the days start getting longer tomorrow. Locally, the sun will rise at 6:39AM and set at 4:50PM for a total of 10 hours and 11 minutes of daylight, but tomorrow will be a whole 1 second longer.

This also marks HogsWatch, so don’t forget to put out the turnips.

If the sky is clear, you may be able look up to the southwest [in my area] and see comet Leonard with binoculars. It will appear as a fuzzy green star with a short tail. Also in the sky is the Ursid meteor shower, the final shower of the year.

December 21, 2021   Comments Off on Happy HogWatch & Solstice