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September 2020 Discussion

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

12Z GFS was a soaker next week. Like I said...timing is going to be an issue. You can't go by every model run verbatim. Look at the big picture. Trough to the west. 

Pattern, she is a changing.

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14 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I think we may see alot of that this fall....just a hunch.

What ... 'Kevin's cannot happisms'  or coastals -

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In the meantime ... I'm looking forward to these mid 70s days tomorrow and the next...  

I also gotta say that trees around town here are tingeing saffron and reds ... not just unhealthy subjects either, all of them... accept the oaks of course... But even some of those have purple in there among the grove complexion a little.  

This is ahead of schedule by two weeks here.   

I don't know if this cool snap is having anything to do with that; I'm inclined to say no ..in so far as a triggering mechanism - it seems this was underway prior last week. But I am also wondering if the smoke/UV dimming that took place since early month may also have played a role in triggering ?   

I'm not sure how pervasive this is in the foliage all over the Lakes, OV and NE regions is, either - it just seems around Middlesex Co, we have healthy maple species en masse showing some personality a bit ahead of schedule here - 

The 250 year old maple on my property line that I lovingly refer to as 'general sherman' is turning and the sucker usually peaks about Oct 10 ...not sure how it's getting 3 weeks without beating that date but we'll see -

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42 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

In the meantime ... I'm looking forward to these mid 70s days tomorrow and the next...  

I also gotta say that trees around town here are tingeing saffron and reds ... not just unhealthy subjects either, all of them... accept the oaks of course... But even some of those have purple in there among the grove complexion a little.  

This is ahead of schedule by two weeks here.   

I don't know if this cool snap is having anything to do with that; I'm inclined to say no ..in so far as a triggering mechanism - it seems this was underway prior last week. But I am also wondering if the smoke/UV dimming that took place since early month may also have played a role in triggering ?   

I'm not sure how pervasive this is in the foliage all over the Lakes, OV and NE regions is, either - it just seems around Middlesex Co, we have healthy maple species en masse showing some personality a bit ahead of schedule here - 

The 250 year old maple on my property line that I lovingly refer to as 'general sherman' is turning and the sucker usually peaks about Oct 10 ...not sure how it's getting 3 weeks without beating that date but we'll see -

The leaves are well ahead of schedule in Northeast Ohio. Many maples are turning near the tree tops. The color is predominantly red... even a purple hue. 

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3 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

Looks like we could have a really great sunset over a wide area of New England around 645pm this evening.  Teddy has a pretty solid cirrus deck over eastern sections.  It's clear in Vermont and NY state so the sun should illuminate the underside of the clouds.  We will see how this works out.

Agree, shaping up for a stunner for you guys under that cirrus with western edge clear...great recognition Gene.  Could see it all day over in NH from Mansfield.

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23 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Agree, shaping up for a stunner for you guys under that cirrus with western edge clear...great recognition Gene.  Could see it all day over in NH from Mansfield.

I was working right under the western edge all day. It was like a perfectly straight edge across the entire sky. 

 

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21 minutes ago, NEOH said:

The leaves are well ahead of schedule in Northeast Ohio. Many maples are turning near the tree tops. The color is predominantly red... even a purple hue. 

that's an interesting observation, 'red'  ..I was noticing that here, too.  It's like biasing in that area of the color-wheel.  

I was muse/speculating that perhaps the smoked filtration of light might have triggered the evac of the pigmentation associated with green, but the red was left behind..and that might be why? But I'm not/no specialist in the subject matter.  Normal years have red anyway, but I'm seeing more red than normal .. at an earlier time -

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18 minutes ago, BrianW said:

I was working right under the western edge all day. It was like a perfectly straight edge across the entire sky. 

 

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So cool

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