The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration was the source of some amazing satellite images of storms this week.
That's Cyclone Yasi hitting the Queensland coast of Australia on Wednesday. The coast is the obscure white line under the red eye at the left. The Category 5 storm was Australia's worst storm in a century.
Meanwhile a massive snowstorm covered the central United States. Pretty impressive: that's the Florida peninsula peaking out at the lower right. I just heard that falling ice injured six people at the Dallas stadium where the Super Bowl will be played Sunday. Probably not what the NFL expected.
Meanwhile here in the 'hood, we're enjoying one of San Francisco's oddly timed tidbits of summer. They come along randomly, a few days here, a few days there, seldom in July or August when fog prevails, more frequently in the fall, otherwise without rhyme or reason.
Natives enjoy them when they can. An enthusiastic band played at 24th and Mission this afternoon.
She's obviously enjoying dancing in the sun while spectators watching enjoy her.