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The number is positive when the sun or moon is up in our local sky, and negative when they are tracking below the horizon.In this way you can always see the location of the sun and moon in the world as it relates to our local Placerville, CA. The Zenith parameter refers to the time of day the sun is at its highest postition in the sky. 'Illimination %' is the current illumination of the moon.The suns mid point in the sky (Vernal Equinox) is shown by the "Equinox" line and occurs twice per year (Spring and Autumn Equinox).You can always see where the sun and moon are located in the world in 'degrees' by referring to "Sun El" & "Moon EL" (EL refers to elevation) data as it relates to our local position in the world.Although we can set it to update "this page" every 3 to 4 seconds, we usually set it to update about every 45 seconds to save on bandwidth.When new weather data is received it updates the data on the above weather panel.Placerville spans elevations from near 1,600 feet up to near 2,600 feet.
Otherwise precipitation for the last 7 days, the highest rainfall day on record & number of days since the last precipitation are used.
The current phase of the moon is shown in the moon graphic.
There are 10 different background changes during a 24 hour period, dependent on what time it is, which shows the day and night screens, the sunrise/sunset screens and the 6 twilight screens civil, nautical & astronomical (morning & evening twilights) in their proper time periods.
The highest track for the sun is on 'June 21st' (summer solstice) as shown on the graphic.
The lowest track of the sun is on 'Dec 21st' (Winter Solstice) as seen on the graphic.