Category Archives: Weather

Snow on the Azalea

The last time this occurred was 2011. As you can guess, this is not common. It isn’t just snow, under the fluffy stuff is ice which is more common. There is around five inches, more than enough to turn the … Continue reading

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The end of November

Boating here in the south can continue for some time depending on the jet stream. If that dips down, temperatures drop and the 60° days go bye-bye. The other weather we get is the stationary front which brings rain up … Continue reading

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In to every life…

…some moisture will occur and usually when the weather is still warm in late November and the few days of boating are available. Alas and alack, one has to abide by the gods of chance and live with their whims. … Continue reading

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After the storm

We had a fairly rough thunderstorm roll through just before sunset. Heavy rain and gusty winds which in south Carolina are to be expected. This late in the season however, the sycamores were still holding their leaves. The low setting … Continue reading

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Rainy day shelter

All day the rain came and went as a drizzle to a cold rain. The week hasn’t seen the sun and won’t until the first of October. Can’t complain since we’re over 6″ short of normal rainfall. That doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Summertime sunset on Mt Abe

Mt. Abe is one of the taller peaks in the Green Mountains and is south of Camel’s Hump. Having this height it gets a full set of seasonal changes and weather changes during the seasons. I’ve made different photos of … Continue reading

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Think the grass is greener

When the summer heat is on, the blacktop shimmers and the mirages appear in parking lots and you just long for those cold days of winter…remember there is another side to heat relief. One forgets that the green grass on … Continue reading

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April in Vermont

When one thinks Spring thinking snow isn’t a bad idea. Vermont can have a sunny morning and two inches of snow in the afternoon. The vagaries of the weather is something that one learns at an early age to live … Continue reading

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Mud Season

Vermont’s fifth season is the one that catches flatlanders by surprise and provides wheel alignment shops with a boost in business. The frost comes out, numerous springs that show up only during the thaw percolate water into the roads. Blacktop … Continue reading

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Cabin Fever

It doesn’t take too mich to get one longing for some sun, warmer days and a bit less snow. With a month and a couple of days more to go before Spring, the yearning gets stronger each day. All one … Continue reading

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