Archive for November, 2013

Happy “White” Friday!

-2*F early this morning and Indian Lake has skimmed over with ice. For November 29th, who could ask for more? Post by Snow cover is a hard 3-5 inches at the storm center with a skiff of power on top. This is great stuff for the local lawn jockeys, but there isn’t any […]


Snowfall summary for 11/23/13

Went to winter in a hurry! It was partly sunny at Glens Falls yesterday afternoon. By the time I got home, Indian Lake had other ideas: Thankfully, I didn’t hit the sticking snow until I got up North River Hill. As the late afternoon and evening wore on, the roads got quite slippery.


Update on Pre-Thanksgiving Storm

I was highly skeptical of the good ole fashioned “out to sea” idea for Wednesday’s storm and took the trouble to explain why this was our first legitimate prospect for widespread significant snow fall for the Adirondacks this season. The shorter range NAM model is starting to merge with what the ECMWF model is showing […]