Timelapse videos of miscellaneous weather events, cloud formation, etc.,.
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July 7, 2015 - "The Clock" is back!!!! Give a big round of applaud to Mayor Sport and the city crew for gettin'er done!!!!
February 13, 2015 - A Friday the 13th hit Trish's Treasures at around 12:20pm. It was reported that the fire was contained to the rear of the building but that severe smoke damage caused a near total loss of merchandise and fixtures. It was also (un-officially) reported that the fire was started from a t-shirt left in front of a heat lamp for too long.
December 6, 2014 - The annual Christmas Parade. Looks like they got through just in the nick of time to dodge a rain!!! I slowed the frame-rate down a bit to allow the parade to be seen better...it tends to make the video more jerky, though.
July 19-20th, 2014 - A rainy Saturday and Sunday with lots of cloud movement. I don't know where everyone was going Saturday but lot's of traffic heading north!!!
June 22, 2014 - Sunday morning starts off calm, but about noon the sun starts to warm things up and the clouds build until mid afternoon when dark clouds cover the sky...
May 26, 2014 - Memorial Day. A bit of rain to end the long weekend. And to those who gave the ultimate that we may live in a free country..."THANK YOU!!!!"
May 12, 2014 - A little earlier in the morning we catch the moon beginning to set. The morning starts out foggy a bit later. Lots of multi-layer cloud movement.
April 30, 2014 - The day after two days of severe storms that killed dozens across the eastern half of the country.
April 27, 2014 - The day starts out with some very heavy fog...
April 17, 2014 - The moon setting over downtown Luverne, Alabama
April 6-7, 2014 - Downtown Luverne, a rain storm came through resulting in over five inches of rain at most places in the area.
Some areas reported over seven inches.
March 23-24, 2014 - Downtown Luverne, 48 hours of weather. Starts out with heavy fog.
March 8-9, 2014 - Downtown Luverne, 48 hours of weather.
July 30, 2013
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Below are some sky images of a starry night...August 3rd, 2013 - Saturday. I was going through the pictures I took last night of the stars and found something else. Two frames prior to the sudden double lights showing up there was a streak of light pointed in the direction of the double lights. The next frame shows no light and then the next one is the double lights. The light streak is located above the double light location at a bearing of about 340-degrees. Maybe a meteor entering the atmosphere and then blowing up?
Streak of light preceding by at least 30+ seconds the double light explosion linked to below 1mb file size
August 2nd, 2013 - Friday. A little experiment tonight. I attempted to photograph star movement tonight. This consists of roughly 478 photos, each being exposed for 16 seconds.It was somewhat of a success but clouds kept it from being a sparkling sky...I'm happy with the first effort, though! What is interesting is that at about 13 seconds into the video "something" appears in the lower left hand corner of the screen. A couple of elongated lights. Meteor? I'll try to include the still picture that the light appears in.
First attempt at photographing a moving star field.
334KB download size / :00:00:29 runtime Link to jpeg image showing the two strange lights in the star field. The lights do not appear on the preceding photo nor the one that followed. 1mb file size
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