Archive for the Weather Blog Category


The week ahead: Update 2/11/16

Well, I can only look upon this week as a tremendous waste of opportunity. The deep trough did carve its way through the eastern United States, but the smaller scale features were far too disjointed and disorganized to produce the major snowstorm we desperately needed. At any rate, Indian Lake picked up about 2-3 inches of […]

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Slim Pickin’s: Update 2/5/16

I’m not gonna sugar coat this on you: We’re on the edge of completely skunked around here. Taking a walk around town Thursday felt every bit of early April as opposed to February. Snow cover ranged from very thin to completely baked in the exposed areas. In the woods, snow pack was in the 3-6+ inch […]

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Custer’s Last Stand: Update 2/2/16

It’s looking bleak out there… I’m starting to feel a bit like George Custer surrounded by the Indians at Little Big Horn. Well, I’m glad I got out there last Thursday. The conditions did hold up into Saturday. But the scene took a definite turn for the worse on Sunday as temperatures shot into the 40s. There […]

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