This photo was taken at the zoo a few days ago. But trust me, the sky is the exact same color today as we speak. What the picture doesn't convey is that except for a few days this month, the weather has been cold and overcast until about noon or 1 p.m. Finally the "marine layer" (local weather-speak for high fog) burns off, and we have clear skies until it begins to return again at 6 or so. So while most of the country is withering in heat, we're shivering until noon. Weird, huh? For more sky photos from around the globe, visit Skywatch Friday.