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Can't believe we are already at May 1st. After a brutal couple of weeks, I can live with this forecast. Still well below normal...

Saturday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 61.
Sunday
Partly sunny, with a high near 63.
Monday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 49.
Tuesday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 53.
Wednesday
Partly sunny, with a high near 53.
Thursday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 56.
 
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I ended up with about 1.6" here. A virtual desert compared to others totals.  When does the next snow arrive? Since we can't have "fun" anymore... ;)

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3 hours ago, BuffaloWeather said:

May 14th a low of 28 degrees. Can't plant my veggies yet. =(

That's gonna be a real problem this May.  Have a feeling that anything frost sensitive can't be planted till def after Memorial day. Maybe early June.  Other issue is getting garden tilled in with all the rain. I actually was out about an hour before it started yesterday to get another round done as I'm almost starting from scratch this year and want to get Broccoli and lettuce, onion sets out.

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Just now, Syrmax said:

That's gonna be a real problem this May.  Have a feeling that anything frost sensitive can't be planted till def after Memorial day. Other issue is getting garden tilled in with all the rain. I actually was out about an hour before it started yesterday to get another round done as I'm almost starting from scratch this year and want to get Broccoli and lettuce, onion sets out.

On the bright side, this has been great weather for digging up tree stumps with deep roots.

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24 minutes ago, WNash said:

On the bright side, this has been great weather for digging up tree stumps with deep roots.

Yes, I actually need to get busy putting in new 4x4 wood fence posts for a friend of mine as their fence halfway blew down this winter due to being poorly installed a long time ago. Ground is soft and easy post hole digging...

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You guys are making me miss having a home. I am an avid landscaper/gardener and I would be out every day in my yard if I had one during this pandemic. Maybe after a year we'll find an affordable home in Lysander.... do "affordable" and "Lysander" even go together? lol.... we could afford something in downtown Bville I suppose.

Maybe a smaller home with a good piece of land will open up between here and Fulton. I will have to get it the DAY OF listing, as things go so ridiculously fast here.

I miss digging in the earth!

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We are installing a pool this year and I'm building the Tim tool time Taylor approved size deck...im certain it's half a forest in lumber and might rival a small town...

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Has to be close to the lowest thickness ever recorded for that late in May if it comes to fruition. 516 in mid May is nuts and with some clearing skies could easily see temps drop into the teens with that kind of cold. 

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14 hours ago, Thinksnow18 said:

We are installing a pool this year and I'm building the Tim tool time Taylor approved size deck...im certain it's half a forest in lumber and might rival a small town...

Yeah it was when we had ours built...if you have the time to DIY, much less $ but know the regulations first!

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Normally we would blow this off as it's out there in time, but its like... next weekend.  Not all that far off. No way this verifies.

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Well below normal temperatures are a certainty through next weekend
as a deep longwave trough remains anchored over eastern North
America. A highly amplified +PNA pattern will continue for at least
the next 10 days, with a strong western ridge and eastern trough.
This will continue to direct fresh batches of modified arctic air
southward into the Great Lakes and New England.

Looking at the details, a shortwave and associated weak surface
reflection will move from the Ohio Valley to the Mid Atlantic
Wednesday and Wednesday night. The better chances of precipitation
will remain just south of our area with this track, with just a
relatively low chance of a few light showers mainly across the
Southern Tier. Our region will be between systems on Thursday,
although cold air aloft and local terrain/differential heating
boundaries may support a few widely scattered showers.

Friday and Saturday the trough reloads across the Great Lakes, with
a highly anomalous 525DM or lower 500MB vortex dropping into the
Great Lakes and New England. While the large scale pattern is well
agreed upon in model guidance, the finer synoptic scale details have
shown some variation with some semblance of an east coast low
possible on Saturday. Most model runs have kept direct impacts of
this potential system east of our area, although the strong upper
level trough and deep instability beneath the cold pool will support
numerous rain and wet snow showers Saturday. Temperatures will trend
even colder by Saturday, with highs only in the low to mid 40s at
best if there are breaks of sun. Overcast skies would only yield
highs in the 30s given 850mb temps approaching -10C.

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2 hours ago, wolfie09 said:

Picture perfect day today..

 

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20 degree disparity over the course of very few miles. I would highly prefer Syracuse over Watertown if I lived around there.

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