When Is The Coldest Time Of The Day?
- They always say it's darkest before the dawn (which isn't true. Around midnight is technically the darkest, but it's hard to notice). But on most nights, it is the coldest before dawn.
Generally speaking, the coldest part of the day is right before the sun comes up in the morning -- between 4-6 a.m., depending on the season.
During the night, the ground radiates the heat it's absorbed back out into space, allowing the temperature to drop. It actually does this all the time, but it's had the most time to radiate it back to space without the incoming sun's warmth to counteract it right before the sun comes up again to restart the process.
The warmest time of day is usually around 3-5 p.m. As the sun fades toward evening, the radiating process starts to overtake the sun's input.
When I saw this dramatic cloud to the north, it reminded me of smoke, rising in billows until it hits the jet stream, then it's pulled hundreds of miles east. I had to capture it quickly. Within minutes the effect had faded.
For my girlfriends birthday we had a party at her parents. We knew the nest was there but the owner hadn't seen or heard the osprey for a day or two. He asked me to fly my drone up and see if any was wrong. I flew up and found that there were two eggs inside.
The growing season has been great.
The secret to this garden is simple.
I used recycled grass clippings.