Monday, October 23, 2017

Monday Morning Star Count - Typhoon 21

This is the week of rain, leading up to Typhoon 21.  Hurricanes in the US have names, typhoons in Japan have numbers and this was the 21st this year. It was classified as a category 4 typhoon. Seventy thousand people in Japan were advised to evacuate and 5,000 ordered to do so. More than 300 flights were cancelled and rail services in the south and the west were interrupted. Sunday was also election day across Japan.  I don't know how much the storm affected voter turn out.

Week 25 of the temperature quilt
October 15 - 21 
59, 55, 59, 64, 54, 61, 63





Sarah at Sarah Did It!  is hosting a link up on Wednesdays for those making a temperature hexagon quilt.  Check it out and think about joining in.  You can start at any time. 


This is my temperature/color (Fahrenheit) scheme: 

100 + Brown 

90-99 Red  

80-89 Orange 

70-79 Yellow  

60-69 Green  

50-59 Blue 

40-49 Purple 

30-39 Pink 

20-29 White 

10-19 Black

12 comments:

  1. Great to see the colour changes happening. Hope the typhoon does not affect you.

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  2. Another beautiful rosette, Pamela. Beautiful hexagon colours. Your quilt will turn out ADORABLE!!! Kisses, my friend.
    I did not know that names of typhoons in Japan had numbers. The 21st was very strong. I pray for the people who suffered.

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  3. Hi Pamela lovely hexies,hope you are safe my friend xx

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  4. Very easy to see how sudden the cold spell came! The blue and green add a lot of 'interest' to the overly yellow quilt.

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  5. Interesting colour change! It's looking great. So glad we don't have typhoons - hope you are OK xx

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  6. That's quite the color/temp change all the sudden. While our names are in alphy order, numbers make more sense since several years had more than the allotted names (i forget what letters they skip). Best of luck with the storm!

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  7. Great progress, your hexagons shine!
    I hope all is well and my prayers too for anyone having
    to evacuate.

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  8. Wow, that is a sudden change in temperatures!

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  9. A clever quilt idea which is making a charming design. I saw some photos of the storm and hope you came through safely.

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  10. Wow! What a change in color. I'll be interested to see if that trend continues or if your temps will jump back up. It gives a nice pop of color that's for sure.
    xx, Carol

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  11. Completely new colours for that week.

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  12. Wow, what a change in temperature! I'm glad to hear you're alright after the typhoon, and hope it didn't cause too much damage in Japan.

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