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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/03 20:59:40 (permalink)
Oh the weather.... I asked Clint to give a weather post and I'm glad to revisit his thread.
It seems these days a weather event, no matter how big or small, makes for dramatic news.
Well yes, right now as I write has been our first below zero temperature of the winter and it's a major deal according to the box on the stand. Yes, freezing temperatures are truly deadly to our people and property but it seems like it's something that's never happened before.
Maybe we've been spoiled.

It's the days of sustained below zero that I'm accustomed to in the past that really made you scramble to maintain. Heck, it's supposed to be in the 40's in 2 days..
Ice fishing conditions have been pretty much terrible all season below the blue line ( adks) and even on the north western part of new York.

Back in the day, when I asked Clint to start a Salmon river weather thread, it wasn't about the sub zero temperatures of the area, we both fished together in, it was mostly about snow amounts and runoff conditions for fishing the river.
We've come a long ways but I'll take cold over snow, mud or heat.
Stay safe and warm.
Thanks for the ice dance Jack. 👍

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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/04 09:29:38 (permalink)
As I look out the window at a light dusting cant help but recall looking out at a couple of feet in the past around this same time of year -
if this is global warming I will take it happily.
 
Recall a story in the news long ago about scientists looking at hundreds of years old native seaside fishing camps that were exposed after a hurricane on Cape Cod.
Turned out they were burning some kind of wood in their fires thats only now found in the far north country  hundreds of miles away. 
Guess nature has been changing with or without us all along
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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/04 13:54:28 (permalink)
Right now at Mt. Washington New Hampshire  it is -46* and -106* with the 103 mph wind. Think I'll take the snow. Slippery Rock Pa where I live it was around -40* wind chill Christmas Eve.
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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/04 18:21:59 (permalink)
Out of my 3 houses, only 1 frozen pipe. It was a doozie though and had to do plumbing and construction repair.
My fault, well, I'm not the resident. Wasn't the cold that snakebit, the wind did the damage to hit the waterline.

Going to be close as cold tonight but no wind so I'm pretty confident I'll be walking on forzen water instead of trying to thaw it out.

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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/04 19:46:11 (permalink)
past couple of days-record breaking cold--
-this coming week -several days in the 50s
crazy times lol
Clint would be happy his thread picked up again
Clints rock report ??
 
 
Sunday--2 yesterday  42 right now at 12 noon
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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/11 07:58:40 (permalink)
midwinter weather alert south central ct.
50s and 60s predicted throughout this midwinter week
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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/15 13:16:20 (permalink)
used to bring  the grandkids and Wife up to my place in Pulaski when I had it for a number of years during the kids Feb school vacation-
-only recall one Feb with only few inches  snow in Pulaski but plenty up on Tug where the X country place was located
surprising to look at the river cam and see so little white stuff -if any at all--this year
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Re:Weather thread 2023/02/28 18:56:49 (permalink)
we got 3 maybe 4 inches of snow last night -weather warning for  a few days prior about the big storm with actually accurate preditions of how much --school and function closings and wayyyy overboard media hype
 
Up in Pulaski they wouldnt have even mentioned it    lol
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Re:Weather thread 2023/03/15 08:51:22 (permalink)
well we had the BIG nor Easter yesterday--guess he northern part of the state got snow but here near the coast I look out at my green lawn this morning
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Re:Weather thread 2023/07/10 08:23:23 (permalink)
Hope you NY folks stayed safe during the big rains last night
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Re:Weather thread 2023/07/10 10:06:55 (permalink)
We went from drought to floods.
Heavy thunderstorms every evening after hot and humid days.
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Re:Weather thread 2023/07/12 21:11:20 (permalink)
A granddaughter up in Barre Vt says she is in a motel and out of the house--Reports are that area is hardest hit in the State and a nearby dam is possibly about to fail
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Re:Weather thread 2023/07/20 08:03:45 (permalink)
I now deliver small animals for a living (injury forced retirement after 37 years on ambulance) and don't have much choice about what I drive through. Was in New England last week for the monsoon conditions. I know the folks in New Hampshire and Vt had it rough, among others. My sister lives in New Hampshire, on a hill, and got severe basement flooding... let the insurance headaches begin!
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Re:Weather thread 2023/12/06 05:32:47 (permalink)
Thanks for keeping us updated on the weather in your area! It's fascinating how quickly things can change, especially with the unexpected snowfall. Living by the river Altmar must offer a unique perspective. By the way, have you ever tried using a snow day calculator () to predict these weather shifts? Stay warm!
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