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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE- Thursday, June 2, 2005 In-Depth Local Forecast "lbday's Regional Map Local Sun/Moon Chart Fhis Week THURSDAY ili@ Scattered T-storms High: 66 Low: 54 FRIDAY Partly Cloudy High: 80 Low: 56 ', ! SATURDAY Partly Cloudy High: 86 Low: 63 ' SUNDAY Partly Cloudy High: 85 Low: 65 MONDAY Mostly Cloudy High: 83 Low: 56 Today we will see mostlY cloudy skies with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms, high temperature of 66,humidity of 72% and an overnight low of 54 . The record high tem- perature for today is 95 set in 1951. The record low temperature is 35 set in 1966. Dat g Hi L .ooNormals PreciR Monday 68 49 78/53 0.29" Tuesday 58 52 78/53 0.20" Wednesday 59 50 78/54 0.04" Thursday 80 53 78/54 0.00" Friday 76 51 79/54 0.00" Saturday 72 47 79/55 0.07" Sunday 75 45 79/55 0.00" Rainfall 0.60" Average temp . .59.6 Normal rainfall . .0.96" Average normal 66.2 Departure -0.36" Departure -6.6 June 2, 1989 - produced severe across much of the tral United States most of the day Thunderstorms s tornadoes and there reports of large hail aging winds. June 3, 1987 - Six flooding in south nated with five to of rain from Bexar Bandera County nine inches of Gonzalez and Counties. Damage was estimated at a million dollars. TUESDAY Mostly Cloudy High: 86 Low: 58 New 6/6 WEDNESDAY Partly Cloudy First High: 87 Low: 61 6/14 Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Thursday 5:46 a.m.8:33 p.m.3:12 a.m.4:29 p.m. Friday 5:46 a.m.8:34 p.m.3:36 a.m.5:36 p.m. Saturday 5:45 a.m.8:35 p.m.4:02 a.m.6:43 p.m. Sunday 5:45 a.m.8:35 p.m.4:33 a.m.7:50 p.m. Monday 5:45 a.m.8:36 p.m.5:09 a.m.8:53 p.m. Tuesday 5:45 a.m.8:36 p,m.5:52 a.m.9:51 p.m. Wednesday 5:44 a.m.8:37 p.m.6:43 a.m.6:05 a.m. ,Full 6/21 Last 6/28 Rise Mercury 5:41 a.m. Venus 6:51 a.m. Mars 2:19 a.m. Jupiter 3:05 p.m. Saturn 8:56 a.m. Uranus 1:42 a.m. 1: Do the Great Lakes freeze over? The Northeast will see partly cloudy skies with a few showers today through Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 88,found in Alton, Ill. The Southeast will see partly cloudy skies today through Saturday, with the area's highest tempera- ture of 93,found in Fort Myers, Fla. The Northwest will see scattered showers today, cloudy to cloudy skies with a few showers Friday and Saturday, with the area's highest tem- Southwest will see mostly clear skies today and Friday, highest temperature of 99,found in Blythe, Calif. UV Index Answer: Rarely, but 0-2: Minimal, 3-4: Low, partly can cause it to happen. 5-6: Moderate, 7-9: Highperature of 75,found in Pasco, Wash. The 10-~: Very High Exposurepartly cloudy skies Saturday, with the area's 2005. * " - The sign read, "There is something in this room that is 4.8 billion years old, and no, it is not your teacher." Most of my Allen students missed it as in saying their hellos as I took roll by the door. So I removed it and taped it up again, my fist making a dull thudding sound as I pounded on a ,net, attempting to get the district-issued tape to stick for a second time. But then the questions began. Was it the air? That was actually an Certainly, some of the atoms of hydrogen contained in the water vapor that we were breathing had to be as old as the universe itself, 13.7 billion was talking about something tangible, something you could touch and hold in your hand. It didn't take long for my pupils to figure out that I was wearing an pendent, something that had shiny metal mixed in with a yellowish green mineral. A few more questions followed, but it was Anthony Corona that solved the said "Is that a meteorite?" And indeed it was. I had just purchased a beautiful thin slice of the large Brahin pallasite (stony-iron) which was first discovered Belarus (Eastern Europe) in 1810. Very small sections of the meteorite had been made into pendants, and there was one of them, a beautiful stony-iron gem, behind a glass display case. I couldn't resist. This "fallen star" was a tiny piece of a much larger asteroid that had collided with another body, billions of years ago. tered remains began traveling in a myriad of new orbits around the sun. One day, a small member of that original body intersected the Earth, and the result was debris near the town of Minsk. Now, nearly 200 years later, I was wearing a survivor of 4.8 billion years of solar system history. What a thrill! JOHN NOTHING RUNS LIKE A DEERE~ Yi/i Enter the Ultimate Sports Backyard SweepstakesO broughtto you by John Deere and z SM1. Just visit your nearest John Deere dealer and you could win a yarcl makeover worth up to $16,000, featuring your choice of a batting cage, putting green or basketball court. On two or more implements when you purchase a select John Deere Compact Utility Tractor (excludes loaders).* On John Deere buy a Gator" Hig Utility Vehicle and g Gator HPX 4x4 (gas model). O FFERS END SOON. 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