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Rare rays of sun broke the cloud cover through over downtown Juneau and the Gastineau Channel on Nov. 13. This meteorological phenomenon is known as a "sucker hole," because only suckers would believe the day would turn sunny. Indeed, this sucker hole soon closed up and the cloudy day continued.
Photo: Sucked in 111908 OUTDOORS 1 Capital City Weekly Rare rays of sun broke the cloud cover through over downtown Juneau and the Gastineau Channel on Nov. 13. This meteorological phenomenon is known as a "sucker hole," because only suckers would believe the day would turn sunny. Indeed, this sucker hole soon closed up and the cloudy day continued.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Story last updated at 11/19/2008 - 4:23 pm

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Rare rays of sun broke the cloud cover through over downtown Juneau and the Gastineau Channel on Nov. 13. This meteorological phenomenon is known as a "sucker hole," because only suckers would believe the day would turn sunny. Indeed, this sucker hole soon closed up and the cloudy day continued.


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