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Oct 19, 2021 - 12:24:47 AM
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Paul R

Canada

15156 posts since 1/28/2010

Good dark and early morning from cool Kingston, Ontario. It's just 4C now but is supposed to be a sunny 19C later - some time later, but I wouldn't bet on it. This photo of Sand Lake in Westport pretty much sums up the sort of weather we've been having. What does your weather look like?

Have a great day!


Oct 19, 2021 - 12:46:50 AM
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Brian T

Canada

18866 posts since 6/5/2008

Might be a dry day. Grocery shopping and maybe company arriving by supper time (tacos) can be served any time. If we see +8C with no wind, it will be really nice out.

The sled-heads have been up top to work on their chalet, hard to pay attention with a meter of new on the ground. 10-15m more for the winter.

Oct 19, 2021 - 1:10:40 AM
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csrat

USA

894 posts since 9/14/2008

Here on the West side of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan we're looking at clear with a high of 21c.

Looking to mow the lawn and prune some trees before riding north on the lakeshore for some sightseeing and to visit friends in the pine forests.

Just got a touch of color in the trees, but it's coming.

Oct 19, 2021 - 3:04:42 AM
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OM45GE

USA

110608 posts since 11/7/2007

Have a terrific Tuesday everyone.

It’s 0 dark 100 here and 43 F/ 6 C . Here’s a photo from a hike yesterday. Today is supposed to be a carbon copy of yesterday so I’m expecting more of the same.


 

Oct 19, 2021 - 5:07:27 AM
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58488 posts since 12/14/2005

Read, signed, and dated approximately 3 dozen pages of documents, as just one step toward acquiring a building and a small bit of land.
But, it's what I want, and people will do a lot of stuff to get what they want.

The motor scooter wheel lock did release when I drilled it out.
Will now try the Sawzall.

Have a less frustrating day.

Oct 19, 2021 - 5:43:23 AM
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4444 posts since 12/6/2009

I turned partial heat on today 1st time this year.... thermometer read inside 58 degrees F central north NJ

Oct 19, 2021 - 5:54:39 AM
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wizofos

USA

6189 posts since 8/19/2012

Good Morning from clear and cool Northeast Wisconsin. Got doctors appt later about getting some knee work done. Biggest problem is which one to have done first.
Have a good day, keep safe.

Oct 19, 2021 - 6:08:50 AM
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752 posts since 5/22/2021

Good morning from clear, cold, and fresh Southeastern PA! Temps dropped down to the low 40s F last night (sorry, don't know what that is in Celsius!), and I hope to see family of mine today. The fall colors up north in PA really are beautiful now, from what I have heard!

@Ken LeVan, I hope you don't mind me tagging you on this. I am just curious as to how the colors in the fall foliage are progressing up near you in Shunk PA? Colors have been dull in SE PA so far, but I hope that would change soon!

Have a nice day everyone
-Russ A.

Oct 19, 2021 - 6:38:46 AM
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115 posts since 4/13/2021

40 F this morning in the high desert of western Colorado.
Godspeed, fellow banjoists ...

Oct 19, 2021 - 5:29:07 PM
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14031 posts since 6/29/2005

quote:
Originally posted by BeeEnvironment

Good morning from clear, cold, and fresh Southeastern PA! Temps dropped down to the low 40s F last night (sorry, don't know what that is in Celsius!), and I hope to see family of mine today. The fall colors up north in PA really are beautiful now, from what I have heard!

@Ken LeVan, I hope you don't mind me tagging you on this. I am just curious as to how the colors in the fall foliage are progressing up near you in Shunk PA? Colors have been dull in SE PA so far, but I hope that would change soon!

Have a nice day everyone
-Russ A.


It's been very colorful up here in the mountains, but very slow. Most of the maple trees have lost their leaves. Oak trees still green, beech trees half green, half yellow, birch trees mostly yellow, carpinuses and viburnums are spectacularly colored. Ash trees (of course) are all dead.

Down in Williamsport / Montoursville, the trees on the mountains are still 50-60% foliage and a lot of green.  Normally by this time it would be over.  It's still been raining a lot.

So far I haven't had to run the wood stove.

Oct 19, 2021 - 5:42:43 PM
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752 posts since 5/22/2021

quote:
Originally posted by Ken LeVan
quote:
Originally posted by BeeEnvironment

Good morning from clear, cold, and fresh Southeastern PA! Temps dropped down to the low 40s F last night (sorry, don't know what that is in Celsius!), and I hope to see family of mine today. The fall colors up north in PA really are beautiful now, from what I have heard!

@Ken LeVan, I hope you don't mind me tagging you on this. I am just curious as to how the colors in the fall foliage are progressing up near you in Shunk PA? Colors have been dull in SE PA so far, but I hope that would change soon!

Have a nice day everyone
-Russ A.


It's been very colorful up here in the mountains, but very slow. Most of the maple trees have lost their leaves. Oak trees still green, beech trees half green, half yellow, birch trees mostly yellow, carpinuses and viburnums are spectacularly colored. Ash trees (of course) are all dead.

Down in Williamsport / Montoursville, the trees on the mountains are still 50-60% foliage and a lot of green.  Normally by this time it would be over.  It's still been raining a lot.

So far I haven't had to run the wood stove.


Ken,

Thanks for the update! I have also been noticing that, for the part of the month we are now in, the color has been a bit slow, even for the warm SE PA.

We have 2 sugar maples in my family's front yard (planted 1956), that are quite large. Usually, they have pretty good color, but this year they just about lost their color in 5 days. Usually it lasts for 2 weeks or so, but not this year. Probably due to the rain. Sugar maples dont seem to like the rain or the warmth.

However, over in Lancaster County, it appears that the maples are progressing quite nicely. It is much more hilly in that area dividing the Susquehanna River basin with the Delaware River. The maples like that area a lot!

-Russ A.

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