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7 hours ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Going to lake George with my mom on Columbus Day weekend should be near peak 

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I'd venture to say that might be slightly past peak but who knows, it's tropical outside. This map is terrible as per usual and lake George is definitely changing even though this shows it isn't. I don't know why these irk me so much lol.

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I had 0.37" rain yesterday and into this am - as of 8 am, not a large amount but ill-timed for my evening golf league match.  Fortunately we got a break and finished last 5 holes without rain.  Thusfar today since 8 am, i'd say about 0.20" by eyeballing the rain gauge.

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8 minutes ago, cny rider said:

Big piles of maple and ash leaves, all brown, in late September.

Who has that on their tourist foliage map I wonder?

That cluster is maple and ash mix and thinning out quickly.

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I'm surprised you even have living ash trees there still!  There isn't a single living ash tree in Monroe county unless its been treated yearly.  

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17 minutes ago, wolfie09 said:

Cold front is through most of Kbuf CWA as of 11AM.. Pretty much going through eastern lake Ontario region/North country now..

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My Tempest is showing falling pressure, south winds and rising DPs. Interesting. I guess the winds backed from SE to S/SW post-frontal and the pressure did briefly rise and then start to fall again as the LP approaches. DPs rising is a bit of a mystery.

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3 hours ago, DeltaT13 said:

I'm surprised you even have living ash trees there still!  There isn't a single living ash tree in Monroe county unless its been treated yearly.  

So while 90% of mine died and I have a ton of firewood some of the smaller trunked ones survived. Be curious to see if their offspring are also resistant or if it was just by chance.

According to this the science says they might.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/09/190909170754.htm

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