A great week for sunsets

2010-02-16 18:03:35.000 – Brian Clark,  Observer and Meteorologist

Awesome colors at sunset yesterday

It’s snowing! I’m happy to say that our snow drought seems to be coming to at least a temporary end tonight as low pressure moves up the Atlantic coast and into the Gulf of Maine tonight. We stand to get at least a few inches here on the summit with the possibility of more if the center of the low manages to stay closer to the coast. Tomorrow will surely be a snowy shift change when my crew heads off the mountain.

Looking back at this past shift, we have seen several fantastic sunsets. So, I wanted to take an opportunity to share a few photos that I have taken. Starting with my favorite for the week:

A panorama of sunset on Monday, looking southeast

Clouds below the summit at sunset last Thursday

Interesting colors under the undercast, sunset last Friday

For a bunch more pictures from this shift, be sure check out my blog on AccuWeather.com. Also, I posted a couple new videos to our YouTube site today!


Brian Clark,  Observer and Meteorologist

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