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The Weather Man

You may have noticed over time that I have a thing for the weather in Mallorca. I love this island and I am totally smitten with the weather here. More often than not the beauty of our weather patterns is simply amazing.

Take the last few days for example, and the weather we had over the Christmas weekend. Superb. This is why our Mallorcan friends call this type of weather around many a Christmas, El pequeño verano. It was not particularly hot but we had warm sun, gorgeously blue skies, amazingly clear nights with a New Moon first and then a sleek Crescent Moon two days ago. Yesterday, the sky was less blue but instead, we had a beautiful show of amazing cloud formations over the Badia de Palma. These clouds may have been of the Cumulus type, small, lumpy fair-weather clouds. Please don’t hold me to my words though, as I can’t be an expert in everything. Someone out there may know better. In fact, I realize how very little I still know about this amazing island.

The photo was taken in Palma, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: December 28th, 2011. The time was 15:07:53.

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