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Good evening! Currently cloudy and 42 degrees with a 6 mph south wind. Not a terrible evening.

Tonight will be showers likely, mainly before 2am. Cloudy, with a low around 40. Southeast wind around 6 mph becoming northeast after midnight. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. That’s about 15 degrees above normal. The record low of 1 degrees was set back in 1993.

Tonight will have 12 hours and 3 minutes of darkness, a decrease of 2 minutes and 55 seconds over last night. Tomorrow the sun will rise at 7:04 am with the first light at 6:36 am, which is 1 minutes and 45 seconds earlier then today. Despite the time change, the sun continues to rise earlier.

Tonight we have a Waxing Cresent Moon with 40% illuminated. It will set at 11:48 pm. The First Quarter Moon is next Monday and the March’s Full Worm Moon is on March 22nd. Not likely to see it with the clouds.

Tuesday will have a chance of showers, mainly before 8am. Cloudy, with a high near 53. Northeast wind around 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. That’s about 9 degrees above normal. The record high of 72 degrees was set back in 1989.

The average high in four weeks on Tuesday April 12th is 56 degrees, and the record for that date is 82 degrees was set back in 2011.

It was a pretty crazy day at work today. But I made it through the Monday.

This night I went to Brooklyn Night at the Empire State Plaza after work. It was fun evening after a long day at work.

My allergies in the past few days have been out of control. But the Clartin D has been helping to a certain extent.

I hope you had a good day. Sleep well!

Good evening! Been kind of a cold, wet start to the work week. Currently some drizzle is coming down and it’s 41 degrees with a 9 mph southeast wind. The wind chill makes it feel more like 35.

Tonight the sun will set at 7:01 pm with darkness around 7:29 pm, which is 1 minutes and 10 seconds later than yesterday. Too bad it’s so cold and raining tonight. In four weeks on April 11 the sun will be setting at 7:33 pm, which is 32 minutes later then today. Daylight increases slower once we get past the first day of spring.

Tonight we have a Waxing Cresent Moon with 40% illuminated. It will set at 11:48 pm. The First Quarter Moon is next Monday and the March’s Full Worm Moon is on March 22nd.

Tonight look for rain likely before 8pm, then showers likely, mainly between 8pm and 1am. Cloudy, with a low around 39. Southeast wind 6 to 9 mph becoming northeast after midnight. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. That’s about 14 degrees above normal. The record low of 1 degrees was set back in 1993.

Looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday will be sunny, with a high near 48. Saturday night will be partly cloudy, with a low around 30. Sunday will have a chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 46. Chance of precipitation is 50%. Not the perfect weekend forecast but not terrible for the first half of the weekend. And remember, it could be a blizzard.

I hope your Monday is going well. It’s been a Monday for sure. Have a great evening!

Good morning! Monday’s come back around again. Currently It is raining outside and around 42 degrees with a 14 mph south-southeast wind, with gusts up to 25 mph. With the rain and breeze, we have a wind chill value around 35. Kind of a nasty morning to misplace one’s umbrella like I did. With the breeze, the umbrella really ain’t that useful.

Today will be periods of rain and sleet, becoming all rain after 1pm. High near 42. Southeast wind around 11 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Little or no sleet accumulation expected. After about a week of above weather, we are now about 1 degrees below normal. The record high of 75 degrees was set back in 1946.

Tonight the sun will set at 7:01 pm with darkness around 7:29 pm, which is 1 minute and 10 seconds later than yesterday. Yeah, daylight savings time. Today will have 11 hours and 55 minutes of daylight, an increase of 2 minutes and 54 seconds over yesterday. Thursday, aka Saint Patrick’s Day, we will have more hours of daylight than darkness.

Tonight will have showers likely before 8pm, then rain likely after 8pm. Cloudy, with a low around 38. Southeast wind 6 to 8 mph becoming northeast after midnight. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. Generally mild, about 13 degrees above normal. The record low of 1 degrees was set back in 1993. The record lows don’t have the fangs they once had only a few weeks ago.

There are 18 days until April Fools Day when the sun will be setting at 7:22 pm. The average high temperature for April Fools Day is 52 degrees, with a record high of 77 in 1986. After having a shellac record smashing 82 degrees a week ago, 77 degrees doesn’t seem that warm.

Happy Pi Day on this 3/14. The math geeks really like this date. And hats off to the Linux geeks who made Linux kernel 1.0 a possibility, released today in 1994. I am old enough to remember when Linux kernel 2.0 was experimental on the PowerPC and 1.8 was the stable version. I don’t know what version of the kernel is modern now, as it’s been a long time since I’ve compiled my own kernel.

Today in 1964, Jack Ruby the questionable bar tender and general character was found guilty of murder of Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald killed President Kennedy back in November 1963. Or so does the public record reflect. Some blame Fidel Castro.