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Face timed with our daughter last night.   She stated colors are fabulous up there.   I’ll be in NH next weekend for our annual men’s weekend (45 years and running!).   We’ll head up to VT late week-around the 7-8th depending on my wife’s work schedule...

Seasons changing-but for now back to shorts.

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32 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Some fantastic color around my house (right on the edge of the hockomock swamp) and heading up 495 to go apple picking 

Unreal how fast it changed. We will peak weeks early. Heavy rain next week will take down the drought weakened leaves

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14 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Unreal how fast it changed. We will peak weeks early. Heavy rain next week will take down the drought weakened leaves

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Yeah--pretty dramatic shift here at Pit2 over the course of the 5 days I've been up here.  I'm still awaiting the progged mostly sunny.  Stuck in overcast ever since the fog lifted. Still only 58*, not sure how the progged 67* will work out.

Heading back to Westborough and summer in a few hours in any case.

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3 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Defense mechanism running overtime these days.  The models look widespread very wet, hard to argue against it right now.

Given how deep that trough is going to be and how forcing will parallel the boundary there should be plenty of rain along it. Especially if we can get that little wave to form along the front.

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33 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Unreal how fast it changed. We will peak weeks early. Heavy rain next week will take down the drought weakened leaves

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Just picked apples at the big apple in Wrentham... Apple cider donuts FTW.

Some really fire red colors we don’t see too often around here. Very nice 

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10 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

This is like the heat in late May where it came down over the top from NNE first, I guess.

72° here in my part of NYC. 
 

Perhaps closer to the water it’s cooler.

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3 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

2 weeks and a day since even a trace here

Day 13 with nada since the 0.02" deluge on the 13th.

1 hour ago, powderfreak said:

The models look widespread very wet, hard to argue against it right now.

Worked in late June after 6 weeks with 2/3" total - 3.5" in 3 days.  Again in mid July with the remnants of Fay and some TS bringing nearly 4" in 4 days.  Not much since then...

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Yeah we're really inverted right now. We'll mix out and soar eventually, but maybe some of the hollows struggle to maximize their warming potential.

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1 minute ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

64° with low clouds/fog

Up to 76F at MVL here at 12pm... brilliant sunshine.  The vegetation has to be thoroughly confused at this point lol.

We should hit 80F.

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