Weather Obs from South Pole


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    Sun Dog
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    Sciencetech
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    Balmy mid-summer at the pole!

    Strange… that place gets under your skin. I like water, mountains, and interesting geography — but I miss the Pole.

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    #9818

    Sun Dog
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    Know what you mean Glenn! ..the frozen high plain with its interesting sastrugi!
    http://nsidc.org/snow/gallery/sastrugi1.html

    -18 F -28C Very warm!

    11 PM (4) Dec 10 -18 (-28) 28.24 (956) NNE 17 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    10 PM (3) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.24 (956) NNE 18 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    9 PM (2) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.25 (956) NNE 17 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    8 PM (1) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.25 (956) NNE 17 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    7 PM (0) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.26 (956) NNE 20 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    6 PM (23) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.26 (956) NNE 17 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    5 PM (22) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.26 (956) NNE 20 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    4 PM (21) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.26 (956) NNE 18 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    3 PM (20) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.27 (957) NNE 18 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    2 PM (19) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.27 (957) NNE 20 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist
    1 PM (18) Dec 10 -16 (-27) 28.27 (957) NNE 18 ice crystals; blowing snow; mist

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