At 6:44 a.m. Central, the sun made it's way across the earth's equator. Days are getting longer now, and I'm hearing more birds in the morning. The sun is making its path higher and higher in the sky, which is making even the coldest of air masses no match to its warmth. The polar front is retreating to the north, and daytime instability will breed some intense storms in the near future.
I made sure to pack my camera this morning before heading to school. I've always wanted to snap some pictures during the equinox on the road by the school. It is an east-west road, and I love to watch the sun's shifting positions as it rises in different places throughout the year.