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I'll take a sunset on the lake over a night on the town...every time 🌅
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My view while on my jog tonight. Couldn't believe this little gem is in my own backyard. Though it was extremely hot today, I'm glad I got out for a nice power walk/jog!
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#iphone6 #jj_mobilephotography #sandiego_ca #sandiego #sunsetchaser #sunset #goldenhour #magichour #chollaslake #exploresandiego #explore #myownbackyard #rsa_light #weownthenight_ca #moodygrams #mysterious #lakehouse #lake #igerssandiego Instagram Photos | videos | post

I'll take a sunset on the lake over a night on the town...every time 🌅 . My view while on my jog tonight. Couldn't believe this little gem is in my own backyard. Though it was extremely hot today, I'm glad I got out for a nice power walk/jog! . . . . .

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sometimes your scars have a lot less to do with where you've been and a lot more to do with where you're going. ~r.m. drake ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I cannot unsee or change the past; but I can use it to appreciate this moment. ~me Instagram Photos | videos | post

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ sometimes your scars have a lot less to do with where you've been and a lot more to do with where you're going. ~r.m. drake ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I cannot unsee or change the past; but I can use it to appreciate this moment. ~me

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Another pleasant fall sunset seen over the city tonight. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:37 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

Another pleasant fall sunset seen over the city tonight. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:37 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Another autumn sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool and autumn-like out. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

Another autumn sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool and autumn-like out. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:31 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:31 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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A fiery dagger in the sky tonight? Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

A fiery dagger in the sky tonight? Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Joy comes to us in ordinary moments. We risk missing out when we get too busy chasing down the extraordinary. 🌆
-Brene Brown
#sunset #sunsetlovers #nothingisordinary #sunsetchaser #moments Instagram Photos | videos | post

Joy comes to us in ordinary moments. We risk missing out when we get too busy chasing down the extraordinary. 🌆 -Brene Brown

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A pleasant fall sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:38 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

A pleasant fall sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:38 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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While I was heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:33 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

While I was heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:33 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Moscow flows in me ✨
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#wheninmoscow #riverlovers #sunsetchaser #vsco #lightroom #instagood Instagram Photos | videos | post

Moscow flows in me ✨ . . . . . . __________________________

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I'll take a sunset on the lake over a night on the town...every time 🌅
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My view while on my jog tonight. Couldn't believe this little gem is in my own backyard. Though it was extremely hot today, I'm glad I got out for a nice power walk/jog!
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#iphone6 #jj_mobilephotography #sandiego_ca #sandiego #sunsetchaser #sunset #goldenhour #magichour #chollaslake #exploresandiego #explore #myownbackyard #rsa_light #weownthenight_ca #moodygrams #mysterious #lakehouse #lake #igerssandiego Instagram Photos | videos | post

I'll take a sunset on the lake over a night on the town...every time 🌅 . My view while on my jog tonight. Couldn't believe this little gem is in my own backyard. Though it was extremely hot today, I'm glad I got out for a nice power walk/jog! . . . . .

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sometimes your scars have a lot less to do with where you've been and a lot more to do with where you're going. ~r.m. drake ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I cannot unsee or change the past; but I can use it to appreciate this moment. ~me Instagram Photos | videos | post

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ sometimes your scars have a lot less to do with where you've been and a lot more to do with where you're going. ~r.m. drake ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I cannot unsee or change the past; but I can use it to appreciate this moment. ~me

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Another pleasant fall sunset seen over the city tonight. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:37 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

Another pleasant fall sunset seen over the city tonight. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:37 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Another autumn sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool and autumn-like out. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

Another autumn sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool and autumn-like out. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:31 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:31 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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A fiery dagger in the sky tonight? Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

A fiery dagger in the sky tonight? Upon heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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Joy comes to us in ordinary moments. We risk missing out when we get too busy chasing down the extraordinary. 🌆
-Brene Brown
#sunset #sunsetlovers #nothingisordinary #sunsetchaser #moments Instagram Photos | videos | post

Joy comes to us in ordinary moments. We risk missing out when we get too busy chasing down the extraordinary. 🌆 -Brene Brown

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A pleasant fall sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:38 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

A pleasant fall sunset seen over the city this evening. The weather was feeling quite cool & autumn-like out. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:38 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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While I was heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:33 p.m.)
Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week… Instagram Photos | videos | post

While I was heading out this evening, I saw this in the sky at sunset… looks like a dagger! Pretty interesting cloud formation this is. Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, October 18, 2017; 6:33 p.m.) Weather update:
A low pressure area & frontal system was developing in the Gulf of Alaska. This system was dropping southeastward and the frontal system was to pass thru NorCal late Thursday & Friday. Clouds were to increase Thursday with rain reaching the coast by the afternoon and spread south and east. Rain was expected over the foothills & mountains with snow levels 5000-6000 feet. The rain was to even reach as far south as the Bay Area overnight which is a welcome sight (due to all the wildfires as of late). The rain was to end by midday Friday or so. Another weaker frontal system was to brush the north end of the state late Friday & Saturday with light showers over the north coast & across the areas north of Redding, CA. By Sunday, high pressure begins to rebuild over the western U.S. and off the coast. Skies were to be clearing and temps were to warm up once again. A strong high pressure ridge looks to remain over our area thru all of next week. Temps were to be 10-15 degrees above normal by the early part of next week…

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