Good Morning Saskatchewan

FTLComm - Tisdale - November 6, 1998
All of this week we have had variations of overcast skies and each morning the high over cast has presented some very pleasant beginnings to each day. We put Ensign together at 0600 so usually miss these events but have caught images of two mornings this week but this was after the day's articles had been prepared. The image above was made on Monday morning as the crimson sky actually thinned out later in the day so that we got some sunlight. The image below was taken on Thursday morning just as the sun slipped over the horizon and once again we can see the alto stratus layers that shrod the prairies during the night. Weather people tell us there is a strong stationary high in Manitoba that is giving us this stable unmoving air mass and we have had steady backside winds from that system all week long at about 12 to 15 knots.