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September 2020 Discussion

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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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It is mind blowing that Nature puts on this type of display each year.  Every year it's mind blowing to see just acre after acre of a kaleidoscope of color.

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Just now, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Where is my 70s and sunny?

To your north and to your south.  Also to your west.  It's pretty much got you surrounded.

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26 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Where the hell is my torch? MAV has 80° for CON today and I’m sitting at a sunny 58.6°.

Uninstall your reinstall.

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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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1 minute ago, dendrite said:

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.

Yeah it’s hot aloft.

66F at MMMV1 at the picnic tables.  Given that temp, we should have no problem hitting 80F down here in the valley with normal lapse rates.

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1 hour ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

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 

Some shoreline trees at North Pond look like they're on fire, though the oak-rich hill in Smithfield to the east is mostly still green (as to be expected.)  Beautiful colors along Beech Hill Road in Mercer and almost as good after I turned onto Rt 2 on the way home.  May be the best reds I've seen in 5 years or more. 

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Just now, tamarack said:

Some shoreline trees at North Pond look like they're on fire, though the oak-rich hill in Smithfield to the east is mostly still green (as to be expected.)  Beautiful colors along Beech Hill Road in Mercer and almost as good after I turned onto Rt 2 on the way home.  May be the best reds I've seen in 5 years or more. 

That seems to be a recurring theme right now.  Maybe all we need for the best bright red/orange foliage is a drought and very early freeze, ha.

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

I will say the reds are very bright here too. Must be helped by Stein.

Heading to Moulton farm later. Any good foliage roads around there?

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Just now, MaineJayhawk said:

Checked out a couple New Hampshire churches this morning.  This one is in Tamworth

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Praying to Ullr for a snowy winter? 

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12 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Heading to Moulton farm later. Any good foliage roads around there?

I feel like any backroad is a good road lol. Go up the road from there to Bean Rd in CH. Take a left at the lights and it takes you north by Squam Lake into Sandwich Center. If you are feeling adventurous, you can always take Sandwich Notch Rd from there and dumps you out near Waterville Valley. Would recommend more of a SUV type deal for that road.

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