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rimetree

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  1. Yeah, I know...it was initially titled 2020 instead of 2022. Thought Ray had a bit of a Freudian slip and predicting a repeat of that month. :) I'd take another 14" for December if it manages to stick around through Christmas at least but hoping we do a little better this year. 

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  2. Barring the summer-like warmth recently, it seems like things are progressing like a typical mid-late fall would. It's too early for big snow storms despite the model fantasies. I would actually like to see a couple decent rainy nor'easters before we start talking snow. That feels like November. If we can get into a pattern where the storms can develop despite being wet vs. white, it's a harbinger of better things later.

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  3. 6 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

    71 so far…up 32 degrees here from this morning. 

    Same temp here. 71/52 off a low of 41. What a weekend coming up...get the last mow in before leaving the lawn alone until May.

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  4. Past few years here have been subpar for snow in the 42-45" range. Just based on information gleaned from others in the field and perhaps a little persistence, I expect somewhat better results this winter with around 50". I realize past performance does not dictate future results...yadda yadda yadda...but we'll see.

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  5. 17 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

    Building a shed this morning.  Did not expect that bout of heavy rain this early. Got soaked of course and worse was enduring the wife's snark about me not really knowing the weather. 

    Just finished putting up one of those resin sheds for my yard equipment, etc. It came with an "extreme weather kit", so I guess we'll test it out tonight.

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  6. 49 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

    Growing season may be largely done, but we will continue issuing for those zones until 10/21. I forget what we decided on, but it's something like a week or two weeks past the median first freeze date. 

    When I issued those advisories last night it was still a little early to be super confident in low temps so I left them out. Interior Rockingham can radiate, but MHT/ASH corridor and PSM don't really do great on these kinds of nights. ASH can go a few degrees colder than MHT though.

    Still haven't been under 40 here but maybe get to 38-39 tonight. I sometimes wonder if being between Great Bay and the ocean keeps our nights warmer this time of year.

  7. I'd like to think that October ushers in the end to long-lasting high pressure domes and gets us into a more active pattern. One of my favorite months for different reasons but often has some nice surprises in the weather dept.

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