Other then it being overly nice and warm out nothing environmentally thats really different. As for fracking theres one thats relatively close to the
Southwest of me most are in Northwest PA. Im more in central PA over to the East a little bit.
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Yeah I think Timidgal possibly got the answer to what this might be which would also tie in Fracking Chemicals as that's also pollution if you are
near a well but I have no clue how far the chemicals can travel since it seems from what you say your not entirely that close to one.....Very cool
pics though that's for sure you and Manhater.
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I had actually seen a pic a friend took showing whats described there a few days ago if I can find it I'll post it, but I know exactly what your
talking about its looked like that in the sky here and there recently not too much though.
Yes, veryy mild the high was 61 today. Been very warm all winter I even saw a butterfly today and Februarys not even over yet.
23-2-2012 by Brandon88 because: (no reason given)
Seriously, what is up with this weather? 61° weather in Pennsylvania at this time of year is kind of nuts. I was looking forward to what I thought
would be the eventual fresh powder to go skiing, but I'm losing hope.
In regards to the sky, I'm not sure where you are in Pennsylvania, but I live in between Lancaster and Harrisburg, which apparently because of the
massive amount of trucking and farms in the area, has some of the worst air pollution in the country. This contributes to some pretty awesome sunsets.
I suppose, however, that this smog could stick around if the pressure was right.
Near Westchester, but right it's been so warm all February all my friends have been trying to go snowboarding and skiing and there isn't even enough
powder to go. Which is surprising cause theres always at least some kind of snow around now.
we've had some really strange coloured (oranges/pinks/reds) skies around here this whole winter.
i've generally chalked it up to light refraction since im very near detroit. However. ive never noticed it so vividly and frequent in years past.. im
not really sure what to make of it.
Is this really that unusual? I'm 45 and I've seen the sky all sorts of colors. Once it was even purple about twenty years ago, which was funny for
me as a Prince fan back in the day. I was about to go eat dinner so that would have been early evening and the weather was hot and humid with some
overcast overhead and clear skies at the horizon if i remember correctly. It wasnt just a sunset with some purple tinged clouds. The whole freaking
sky and the cast of light was purple. It made everything around me look like an alien landscape.I've not seen such a spectacle before or since in
purple, but have seen it in orange and red and a sickly amber,
Normally early morning and around sunset are when I've seen the most exotic colors. But to put it in perspective from a middle aged lady, it has
been weird colors at varying times on my time on this planet.
were i live we get orange skys quite a lot right after sunset the sky has also been pink and light purple before, if the sky was like that after
sunset then its probubly the aurora borealis, i seen the aurora borealis one night with many different colors in the sky, there was red, green, blue,
purple it was a pretty crazy night. havent seen the northern lights since then, but diffenatly one of the coolest things ive ever seen.
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