We are enjoying our last full moon on Deal Island and the skies cooperated.
We had fog on and off all day, and even recorded several mm of water in the weather gauge from it.
It lifted in the afternoon and produced another beautiful sunset with the sky ablaze.
As I walked around last night, I marveled at the size of the island and its sheer cliffs. The lighthouse hill is a 1000 foot cliff on the edge of the island. The island is 1600 acres and is inhabited by two people, us! We are surrounded by soaring hills and big sky and usually big waves.
There is a small chance we may get to see the Southern Lights over the next several days. There is a certain chance we will have gale force winds over the next several days. The weather is very exciting here. Especially from the comfort of our cozy, caretaker cottage. The wind howls and whistles, the rain pounds the roof and the sun is brighter than we have ever seen.
2 thoughts on “Red skies at night predict a gale the next day!”
such beautiful skies and scenery! don’t know if you’ll have enough wall-space to hang all these great pictures.
I learned “Red sky at night, sailors delight. Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning.”
Or is Mother Nature dancing down there to keep us on our toes.