rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Altered forecasts now say that rain could fall tomorrow and Thursday, but that it might be only partly cloudy here on Wednesday, which means I just might get to see some sky on one of the peak nights for the Leonid meteor shower. The weather is not highly predictable in these parts during November, though, so I won't hold my breath. It would be nice to see a few of Leo's lights, though. The Leonids can show dozens of meteors an hour in a good year, and this might be one of those years. Plus, the thin waxing moon will set early that night. Aside from the inevitable chilliness, clear sky would make this a perfect year to get Lionized.

Oh, look at the lateness. I must away.

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