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Today's Regional Ma In-De Local FOrecast Last,eek's Local Almanac Local Sun/Moon Chart lhis % eek National A:eather Summary' This Week i( i l 10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 :: ', THURSDAY Isolated T-storms High: 81 Low: 60 i i FRIDAY Mostly Sunny High: 83 Low: 60 Today we will see mostly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms, high temperature of 81,humidity of 87% and an overnight low of 60 . The record high tem- perature for today is 101 set in 1941. The record low temperature is 48 set in 1977. Date ! t SATURDAY Monday Mostly Sunny Tuesday High: 84 Low: 62 Wednesday Thursday SUNDAY Friday ' Partly Cloudy Saturday High: 85 Low: 63 Sunday Hi L o Normals Preci 88 71 89/65 0.00" 87 71 89/65 0.00" 89 68 89/65 0.01" 87 62 89/65 0.00" 89 68 89/66 0.01" 86 64 89/66 0.00" 85 57 89/65 0.00" Mostly Sunny 80 ow: 60 Rainfall 0.02" Normal rainfall . .0.84" Departure -0.82" Average temp 76.6 Average normal 77.1 Departure -0.5 July 28, 1952 - A storm with hail up to and a half in diamete: windows, ruined stripped trees of near Benson, Ariz. perature dropped degrees and hail was four inches deep. July 29, 1905 - Heavy; southwestern caused a dam to the resulting flood quarter of a million damage at Brid much as 11 inches prior to the flood. TUESDAY Partly Cloudy High: 81 Low: 58 ', WEDNESDAY Partly Cloudy High: 79 Low: 57 New 8/4 First 8/12 Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset -Thursday 6:08 a.m.8:28 p.m. 12:09 a.m. 2:27 p.m. Friday 6:09 a.m.8:27 p.m. 12:37 a.m. 3:34 p.m. Saturday 6:09 a.m.8:26 p.m.1:09 a.m. 4:40 p.m. Sunday 6:10 a.m.8:25 p.m.1:48 a.m.' 5:41 p.m: Monday 6:11 a.m.8:24 p.m.2:34 a.m.6:35 p.m. Tuesday 6:12 a.m.8:22 p.m.3:26 a.m.7:22 p.m. Wednesday 6:13 a.m.8:21 p.m.4:24 a.m.8:01 p.m. Full 8119 Last 8/26 Rise Mercury 7:29 a.m. Venus 8:44 a.m. Mars 12:11 a.m. Jupiter 11:45 a.m. 1 Saturn 5:49 a.m. Uranus 9:57 p.m. UV Index 0-2: Minimal, 3-4: Low, 5-6: Moderate, 7-9: High 10+: Very High Exposure The Northeast will see partly cloudy skies today through Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 87,found in Cahokia, Ili. The Southeast will see scattered showers and thunderstorms today through Saturday, with the area's highest tem- perature of 97,found in Augusta, Ga. The Northwest will see mostly clear skies today through Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 100,found in Lewiston, Idaho. The Southwest will see mostly clear skies today, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies Friday and Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 110,found in Blythe, Calif. On average, how thunderstorms occur in United States each year? Answer: 100,000 creating about 1,000 2005. - Up until recently, lightning bugs have been illuminating the b, ackyard at night, but now it's time for the meteors to takeover. No, these shooting " not be as pervasive as summer's fireflies, but the din of meteoric activity will be on the rise for the next three weeks as nearlY a dozen minor sumrnet! wax and wane against the backdrop of shooting stars resulting from the Delta Aquarids and the famous Perseids. Meteors, the flashes of light when small sand grain-sized particles rip through the atmosphere and cause it to glow, originate from the dross released by comets as they orbit Both the Delta Aquarids and Perseids occur under favorable lunar circumstances; a fat waning crescent moon for the Aquarids and a first quarter moon for the The Delta Aquarids have a northern and a southern component, and it is the southern branch which produces the highest rates. Expect to see between 5-10 hour from rural locations. The weekend hours just before dawn should yield the greatest activity, but realize that meteors from this stream will be visible all on a tarp or reclining chair with your legs pointing south and simply look straight up. Meteors from the Delta Aquarids will appear to fan out above a bright the south called Fomalhaut. If your southern horizon is obscured by trees, note the four stars of the large Great Square of Pegasus which will be high in the a.m. Twice the distance below the two stars which form the right side of the square, in the southern part of the constellation Aquarius, is the general location fro the Delta Aquarid meteors radiate. Read ahead at the URL to learn more about observing techniques, etiquette, and the Perseids. www.astronomy.org Deer Hunting At NCTC Slated The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conserva- tion Training Center (NCTC) in Shepherdstown, has an- nounced its third annual deer hunting progr~im that will take place this fall. "We are excited about work- ing on the third year ~f this hunt with our neighbors and with our conservation partners in the hunting community and at the West Virginia Depart- ment of Natural Resources," said Rick Lemon, director of the NCTC. "We appreciate all of the support we received from people in the community during the programs over the last two years. Hunts such as this will help to control the deer popu- lation, keeping the deer herd healthy, while allowing for a healthy balance with the plant community and other critters that depend on this habitat," said Lemon. There will be three hunting dates open to the general pub- lic-November 26, December 3 and December 10 with a morn- ing and an evening session each day. S~ sessions and 15 pre-designated hunting stands available each session will pro- vide a total of 90 hunting op- portunities for members of the community. There will also be a special hunt on Saturday, Oc- tober 29. Hunters with disabil- ities will have the opportunity to apply to hunt on any of the four dates. All hunters wishing to partic- ipate in this hunt are required to have completed an approved state Hunter Education Course and attend an NCTC Hunt Orientation prior to the hunt. Hunting reservations will be determined by a lottery draw- ing system only. The lottery drawing will be held on Sep- tember 6. Lottery cards will be due to NCTC no later than Sep- tember 3. To obtain more in- formation on the hunt and lot- tery drawing cards, interested persons must submit a self-ad- dressed-stamped envelope to: NCTC, 698 Conservation Way, Shepherdstown, WV 25443, Attn: Hunt Program. Please specify the hunt you ~re interested in so that the proper materials may be pro- vided to you. Questions? Call Karen Lindsey at 876-7436. Close enough to tickle your funny bone. Winchester Medical Center, one of the nation's top- ranked'orthopedic hospitals, is right here in the heart of the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Winchester Medical Center is the recipient of the 2005 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical ExcellenceTM by HealthGrades , !iiii!!iii!!!!i!ili f ~!;i~!~i!~! i~~ H Z A L HG RA D E S" Ranked Among the Best/~op 10 Hospitals in Virginia for OveraU ~pedic Services Five.Star Rated for Join[~lacements Five-Star Rated for To~l~e Replacement Five-Star Rated forTotal~p Replacement Best Rated in the Wlnchester-narrisonburg Area* for Back & ble~ &trgery (Spinal Fusion) C;U?I ~il *"Areas" or "RegiO~s~ ~ ~efined on www.healthgrad~Lcom : : of all hospitals for overall clinical performance. In addition, HealthGrades ranked Winchester Medical Center Best (#1) in Virginia and Among the Top 5 in the Nation for Joint Replacements. If you need care for a back, joint, hip or knee problem, you a national healthcare quality can rest easy knowing that ratings company. This award ranks; orthopedic care that ranks among the best Winchester Medical Center in the top 5% in the nation is so close to home. 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