Isn't that the same as clicking on the little squares that takes you to Environment Canada's animated sky transparency forecast maps? Jack > > Bll Ferris wrote: > > > The Clear Sky Clock forecast predicts excellent > transparency for the AAMM > (http://cleardarksky.com/c/AllArznSPAZkey.html?1), Saturday > night. Looking at all the Arizona sites > (http://cleardarksky.com/csk/prov/Arizona_clocks.shtml), it > appears the northern half of the state is where to be for > observing, tonight, and the southern half on Saturday... > > > I have pointed to this site on this list before, but it's > worth reiterating that Environment Canada's sky transparency > forecast maps are superior to the Clear Sky Clock when trying > to make geographical assessments. > > http://www.cmc.ec.gc.ca/cmc/htmls/transparence_e.html > > Go to the two sets of links for "Regional model, sky > transparency forecast for North America." If it's between 11 > a.m. and 9 p.m. MST, click on the Animation for 12 UTC. > Otherwise, use the 0 UTC for the latest animation. These > maps give a better feel for the predicted movement of the > clouds than the Clear Sky Clock. > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.