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MHT 77R (72 in 1999)
BDL 77R (76 in 1931)
CON 76R (73 in 1931)
CAR 75R (63 in 1948)
BOS 75
PVD 74R (73 in 1999)
HUL 73R (65 in 1948)
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Blew the doors off previous records. The CAR temp is usually their avg high in early july
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3 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

This is the first year I really don’t mind a ratter. Though it better be a 50F and dry ratter and not a 35F rainer. 

I started putting fence posts in the ground for the garden yesterday so it is ready for planting in the spring. Might as well just plant the garden now, fresh veggies all year at this rate....

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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Noyes has low-mid 40’s for BOS all of next week and freezes at night.

Models look boring but temperatures closer to seasonal normal.  Might bounce back AN by end of next week? 

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24 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Noyes has low-mid 40’s for BOS all of next week and freezes at night.

Might even be cooler than that on Tuesday, but then warming up late week...not torchy though.

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18 hours ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

They have been gone for a week... maybe I have a different species?

Only ornamental trees near me have many leaves

Last few days it's really picked up, but still half there.  FIT is like 2/3 there. 

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2 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

Last few days it's really picked up, but still half there.  FIT is like 2/3 there. 

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I lost quite a bit yesterday and continues today, but still a ton left. I also think it is species dependent. The species that dropped first is the one that is last to leaf out I've noticed. 

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26 minutes ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

:lol:

My Oaks have yet to drop, so I will be blowing leaves for another 2-3 weeks.

We went bare in one day between yesterday and today . Final cleanup this weekend other than maybe a few stragglers 

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I noticed yesterday that my north facing walkway was soaking wet all day yesterday, despite everything else around it not being moist and not having any rain in nearly 10 days. It seems to be happening all around the area down here, as the town FB page had multiple people mentioning the same strange situation yesterday.....

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12 minutes ago, Spanks45 said:

I noticed yesterday that my north facing walkway was soaking wet all day yesterday, despite everything else around it not being moist and not having any rain in nearly 10 days. It seems to be happening all around the area down here, as the town FB page had multiple people mentioning the same strange situation yesterday.....

Here too on the driveway. Condensation and the sun doesn’t hit it. 

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