Sunday, July 6, 2014

Record Ice on the Horizon

Staff Writer, Nathaniel Diaz
Meteorology / Heliosphere

 Looks like the Arizona Monsoon has been complicated by two Lows, one over the Colorado River Valley and the other over New Mexico. Our High is now more over Colorado than the Four Corners Region. Moisture sill continue to be pushed up into the state but will produce storms over the higher terrains of Northern and Eastern Arizona. Still watch out for those Dust Storms throughout the week. 

 Some spacweather to talk about as Earth has received some gamma ray bursts in the last few weeks. The solar wind has slowed down and not much activity has been seen from the Coronal Holes or the mixed polarity sunspots. Minor filament eruptions, but Earth can handle any sidewinders.

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