Thursday, September 20, 2007

Sunsets & Signs of Change

Did anyone catch the sunset Wednesday night? I noticed it driving back to work, but I didn't have a camera with me. Fortunately, one of my friends was able to capture one of the best sunsets I've seen in a long time. If you have some good cloud pictures, sunsets or sunrises, etc. feel free to send them to me and when time allows, I'll post them to the blog. When KWCH started collecting stormshots from viewers years ago, we started noticing that we have some great photographers in the viewing area. Keep the pictures coming; they are really good.

Our weather will finally change again soon. I was out running some errands on Monday, and had two or three people stop me and ask when the cool, fall weather was coming back. I'm still waiting for Millie to tell me when it's going to change for good, but we will get into cooler weather early next week. I'm really hoping that this week of hot weather is Mother Nature's last blast of summer. Like many of you, I'm not crazy about winter but I'm ready for the lengthy stretch of 70 degree weather (and more rain would be nice). Speaking of rain, I want to get you, the bloggers and viewing audience involved in reporting rain. Check the blog over the weekend for more on that, and in the meantime, have a great day.


Anonymous said...

Anyone else notice the SUN RISING this morning??? A huge, orange ball to the East made my 7:20 trip to work a little brighter today!

Jon said...

The past few weeks there has been very good sunsets. On the days I drive home from late afternoon classes I get to see the full show of the sun setting, that makes it worth the drive.

Karla said...

That sunset did cast a beautiful hue across Hutchinson. My son even noticed.
Cant wait for fall! Cant wait to hear the word from Millie.

Anonymous said...

The past few mornings the sunrises have been so beautiful. As one viewer mentioned, it is a huge orange ball hanging in the sky. Makes me amazed at God's handiwork. His sun sets are just as amazing.
Praise be to the Lord!

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