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Weekly Weather: Clouds

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the very first week of the Weekly Weather challenge.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here:

Upcoming topics: Dust Storm 8/13, Fog 8/20, Freezing Rain 8/27


25 Responses to “Weekly Weather: Clouds”

  1. Sabina Ayne

    The previous link doesn’t work. Here’s a new one.

    If this one doesn’t work I’ll try again later!!


  2. angloswiss

    I cannot resist a challenge, expecially a new one. I had been to Zürich by train and on the way to the next town of Olten the train passes through Gösgen where we have a nuclear power plant. There is always a cloud there, either in the sky or from their chimney. When I fly to England the plane flies over Gösgen and you always notice the pillar of steam rising through the normal clouds. Of course it is safe, I hope. Has been there for many years. I have never actually visited Gösgen, but would love to get closer and take some near photos and not just from the train as it passes through.



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