It looks like it will be another week of varying amounts of cloudiness, with nothing (or very little) to show for them. There will be a series of weak Pacific storm systems that will pass just to our north (the source of the clouds), but the focus and breadth of the dynamics are too far to the north to give us any precipitation. Temperatures will fall back into the 60s through Thursday before boosting back up into the low 70s on Friday. A slight chance of showers moves into the region on Saturday.

Photo Courtesy Jeff Houk. Taken Sunday (March 15) 7:02 am over Reno, NV.

Photo Courtesy Jeff Houk. Taken Sunday (March 15) 7:02 am over Reno, NV.

I get a lot of pictures, and they are usually pretty neat. But I think the one that Jeff Houk sent me Sunday morning might just be the coolest ever. And it’s not just the cool sunrise colors…but what is that huge hole in the bottom of the cloud doing there? I’ll tell you tomorrow. (And please refrain from sending your geo-engineering theories…I believe there is a perfectly natural explanation.)

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