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Tuesday, December 19, 2006


I'll have to snap some pictures of here in Beaverton/Hillsboro tomorrow morning if it does the same thing it has done that last two days. We have had freezing temperatures and ground level clouds (like fog) and we have gotten very thick frost on everything. You see it particularly next to open fields where fog usually is the thickest, such as right next to my house. And at work we not only are next to open fields, but there is an Intel chip fab across the street and up-wind which has a cooling tower that emits steam clouds, which I suspect is a factor in the strange, quarter-inch thick frost growth on everything. It is bizarre. It looks like snow, and yet not because it forms there instead of falling there, so each blade of grass or each tiny branch has it's own even coating.

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