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Leland Report for Monday, October 20, 2014
One Year Ago... ... On a Sunday Afternoon

Vol XlV #201                                                                                                                 

Report # 4829 ~ Photo: LR10-19-14 ~ Registered Users.... 6931

6:00 am. ~ 51° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind: S SW at 1 mph ~ Humidity: 85%

Sunrise is at 8:05 am ~ Ave. Low is 39°~Record Low is 27° (1986)

1:45 pm. ~ 49° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind:  N NW at 6 mph ~ Humidity: 78%

Sunset is at 6:49 pm ~ Ave High is 56° ~ Record High is 75° (2007)

Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure: 29.82 in ~ Dew Point: 43° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles

Daylight: 10H 50M

 

Forecast for 10/21/14 – AM Clouds/Sun ~ High 46° ~ Low 36°

 

The view looking to the southwest from Leelanau Conservancy's Clay Cliffs. It's a wonderful place in which to hike, especially now!

 

 

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From Island Tom on 10/20/2014 
Even in rain, the trees are full of color. What an unusual sky. Waves for the (young) to surf. Biscuit is high-steppin' it today!
 
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