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Colder as Sun comes up...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Sheldon, Dec 15, 2001.

  1. Sheldon

    Sheldon Stunt Coordinator

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    Why is that as the sun begins to rise each morning,it always seems that the temperature gets a little colder by a few degrees until the sun is fully up?I heard that it had something to do with the sun heating up the earth from the day before and that it takes a little longer to lose its coolness over the night to begin to heat up again.
     
  2. Craig

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    I've heard the first rays cause the moisture in the air to evaporate, causing a cooling effect. It could just be that sunup is the maximum point in time from sundown, so the longest point without sunlight.
     
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    it's probably still cooling off from the night before, the sun doesn't really heat the air much, it heats the ground which heats the air so it's slow..
     
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    When are you the most hungry?

    Right before your next meal yeah?

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