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NECT

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About NECT

  • Birthday 07/24/1968

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KIJD
  • Gender
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  • Location:
    Woodstock Valley, CT
  1. They're terrible where I work in Brooklyn. I've only seen a few at my house in Woodstock Valley.
  2. Pretty meh imby.
  3. Check out timefortuckerman.org
  4. When it's really humid and lows are in the 70's I'm uncomfortable. I can tolerate cold temps, but I sweat like a pig when it's hot and humid. A ceiling fan suffices a lot of the time, but sometimes the ac is going to run.
  5. Timberline, the trail, was getting thin in spots. Most of the mountain has an impressive base. Unless there's a deluge or a few more days of stupid high temps, there's good turns into May.
  6. SL was incredible again today. Almost everything was open. Plenty of sun despite an ominous forecast a couple days ago. No crowds. Virtually no winds two days in a row.
  7. SL was incredible today. Snow was soft, but never turned to sloppy mush. Don't know why, because it was stupid warm. Waiting to see if tomorrow is too wet to bother buying a ticket. Legs hurt...almost hoping for rain.
  8. Quick downpour and some pea sized hail. Fairly meh.
  9. Expecting more mud in these parts. Mangled flakes and ice pellets looks promising for south of the Pike. Grass and tops of cars may accumulate an inch or two, but hard to see much else unless things change.
  10. Glad I'm not taking a crew of Girl Scouts form WeHa to Providence Saturday night. If it snows, it will take you longer to get there. If it doesn't snow, you still have to drive a bunch of Girl Scouts from WeHa to Providence and back.
  11. Someone needs a Snickers.
  12. I remember that. Was at college in Maine and planning to meet my family at Sugar loaf in April for some skiing. Route 27 got washed out....serious floods in Western Maine that year.
  13. Was just thinking the same thing.
  14. Could be. It was definitely early 80's. SL vastly expanded snowmaking after that.
  15. There were some very dry, but iirc still cold winters in the 80's. I remember one Feb when Sugarloaf had three or so trails open. Dreadful snowfall.