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Pacific Coast Weather

A Pacific sunset: "The sun sank almost to the edge of a purple ocean; and the white lighthouse, livid against the background of clouds filling the head of the gulf, bore the lantern red and glowing, like a live ember kindled by the fire of the sky." — Joseph Conrad, Nostromo, A Tale of the Seaboard (1917)

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Above: Galveston in 1985.

Pelican at dusk

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Catalina, California, Forecast

Moody Gardens aquamarine water orange sky

 

 

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Time in Galveston, Texas. For Pacific Time, subtract two hours. For Alaska Time, subtract three hours. For Hawaii-Aleutian Time, subtract four hours. The state of Hawaii does not observe Daylight Savings Time, so subtract an extra hour during DST.


Nationwide Weather Radar

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Know when the coast is clear. This weather display is for the one half of all Americans who live near the coast and for everyone else who is curious about the coast.

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"In dull house rooms with
coloured lights swingin'
Strange music boxes sadly tinklin'
Drink in the sun shining all around you
'My, my,' they sigh"

— Donovan Leitch

Below is the Tom Northcott cover of a Donovan song. The recording was a local hit in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1967.