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apeaslee
post Apr 8 2012, 04:37 PM
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today was a sunny nice day.i had abundance of sunshine,it was windy and cold earlier,then its been getting milder during the afternoon.my temps went to 58.5 degrees at 310pm.when looking at the enhanced water vapor imagery aswell as the visible sat pic imagery,the cutoff low pressure system that was over the north atlantic has come ashore in the maritimes of canada,it is retrograding westward.what also tends to happen when cutoff low pressure systems retrograde to the west,i get these strong west winds blowing from west-east that usually tends to get milder across the land from those west winds.high pressure the past few days has been over james bay as one can see rotating clockwise on enhanced water vapor imagery.but one can also see the jetstream split between north and south across usa,if these were to come real close to each other,lets say the northern jet dives down from northwest canada into the deep meets up with the southern jet and then hooks up along the eastern seaboard,this would result in a real good setup for a nor'easter to develop off the nc coast head north off of the nj coast and move just south of li,ny.and my area would get dumped on with heavy duty snows,so luckily that type of situation isnt setting up with nocombining of the 2 jets.but the northwest wind flow certainly looks to continue in albany,nassau into pittsfield for the next several days with an eventual milder trend to push into the area by and during next weekend.but untill then,the closed low retrograding westward in eastern canada towards southeast canada over the next 48hrs,then basically plop down into my area during the week with rain showers possible monday-thursday.the rain showers from the closed low has been ripped to shreds from entering my area several times already,the rain showers from the frontal boundry has also been ripped to shreds,while high pressure is inbetwen the 2 systems.so temps basically in the 40s and 50s during the day and mid 30s to lower 40s at night.then mid-upper 60s friday into next weekend.well unless the northern jet heads up into canada,the southern jet pushes north of my area,then the 80s and 90s will return and my severe weather season will happen.my air temps are 57 degrees,my dewpoints are 25 degrees.my barometer is 29.57 inches falling rapidly
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post May 14 2012, 06:26 PM
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wowwww.i didnt know that this amount of time had actually gone by.the weather has been nutty,since march26th.the bigpoolsofarticairmass that buildsinalaska andnorthwest canada has been pushingdownin here since themorningof march26th withunrelenting artic airmasses.idid have onehot day in april,mytemps hit 91degrees.but overthe course of manymays since 1974,so manymayswheretemps beenin the 80san90s withnight timelows in the 60sand70s.theheatwaveof march17th-24th in the 80sand90s proves it,aheat wave 5yrs ago in october also showed 80san90s canhappen in oct.soinstead of this cold articairmasses,theheat an humidity pushes inhereinstead from midmarch intothe 3rdweekof oct.surewould have alotmore sunnydays verywarm.so if it wasnt for this northern jet diving down into the area from alaska and northwestcanada,thenit wouldbe hotanhumid withabundance ofsunshinetemps in the80san90s forarealongperiod of time.soa couple of storms systems witha coupleof coldfrontswillbe impactingalbany,nassau intopittsfield overthe next coupleofdays withmore artic airmasses spillingdown inherefromnorthwest canada and jamesbay.thepotential exists for a good2-3inches of rain from tonight into wednesday morning.i thinka cold frontslid thru my area during4pm this afternoon,because my temps been fallingfrom the60s into the upper 50s.sotempsare expected to be inthe50s tonight into tomorrow morning.tomorrow will be cloudy with rain,heavy rains during the day and tomorrow night temps in the mid-upper 60s.then on wednesday,i should see some blazing sunshine warm with the potential for severe storms mid-late wednesdayafternoon.sunny breezychilly with temps in the 60s to lower 70s,well below normal thursday into the weekend.its cloudyrainy coldan miserableoutside.my temps are 59degrees,mydewpointsare 58degrees.mybarometer is 30.11 inches
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post May 16 2012, 05:43 PM
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soyesterday was mybirthday itwascloudy rainycold miserableday yesterday,what a lousymiserable dayit was onmy birthday.soaftersome rainlast night intothis morning,thesun cameout blazing thisafternoon with my temps reaching 79 degrees witha highof 79.5degrees at 430pm.the suncame outblazing midafternoon,mydewpoints did gointo the mid60s asmy airtemps wentinto the upper60s.butnow mydewpoints seemto ofallen offintothemid-upper 50s.thecoldfrontis practicallyoverheadalbany headingeast-southeast,sothecold frontshouldpasson thru albany,nassauinto pittsfield during thenextcouple ofhours.aline of severe stormshasformed to thenortheast ofalbany headingeast-northeast,therefor formeto get nailed bythisline ofsevereviolent supercell t-storms with largedamaging hail highdangerousbattering winds torrentsof heavyduty rainfall wouldhave to sink directlysouth-southeast.butothe southwestof thislineof storms is anareawhereseverestorms couldfireup,shouldbe plentyof energy atmosphericdynamics toconverge convectanfireup capevalueslookgoodanshowalter liftedindex the sunbeenblazing ishouldbehitrealhardwithseverestormshopefully.then
sl or nspc did indeedputmyarea undera severe-stormwatch till9pm bythencold frontpushesthruthe area.the sun blazing outside right now,but my air temps are slowly falling back into the mid70s.so even though some cooler airmass is pushing into the area tomorrow into friday morning,this cold airmass wontbe as cold an rediculous as previous ones of before from northwest canada and jamesbay.so temps will modify,and become milder friday-monday with abundance of sunshine temps will first rise from the 70s into the lower 80s.ihave mostly sunny skys.my air temps are 73.5 degrees,my dewpoints are 58.5 degrees.my barometer is 29.77 inches falling slowly
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post Sep 17 2012, 04:36 PM
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it sure has been awhile since my last weather report here in the berkshires in pittsfield.it took awhile for warm to very warm an humid to hot an humid weather to finally arrive here in albany,nassau into pittsfield back in june.i had a cold may,the weather was basically even things out since i had a mild winter season.i remember some of the winter season,but i dont remember novembers weather or december of last year.but it was mild during jan for a bit,then cold weather came in during jan feb mar that lasted into may an early june,an then it finally became very warm to hot an humid temps risen back up into the 80s an 90s an lows in the 60s an 70s.my area is down a good foot of rain,so this rainstorm coming into albany,nassau into pittsfield tomorrow will be beneficial.i think,well actually seems certain now that the swimming season is over,the water is to cold in my pool to go swimming lately,so the swimming season seems to of ended.because of these real cold nights i been having,a real big cold snap came down from northwest canada over aweek ago an plunged into the area dropping my temps down thru the 70s into the 60s during the day while at temps fell down thru the 40s into the 30s a week ago.then another big push of cold airmass ushers down in here from northwest canada again during the past few days.so the other night,my temps went down to 44 degrees,then last night this morning was 42 degrees.a storm system is cranking in east tx la over into the deep south near the gulf coast,while a cold front with another high pressure system from northwest is plunging down into the northern plains an midwest.first is this storm system along the gulf coast will push up in here tomorrow with heavy rain,strong winds an possible strong-severe storms from mid-late tomorrow afternoon into early wednesday morning.my temps hit 74.4 degrees today at 220pm.my low this morning was 42.2 degrees at 540am.my temps should stay in the lower 50s tonight with clouds heading this way,thenbecome mostlycloudy tomorrow with rain by mid afternoon temps mid-upper 60s.the nws in albany has issued high wind watch for albany,nassau into pittsfield tomorrow afternoon into late tomorrow night with winds gusting as high as 60mph or greater most likely greater with the mountains here,i bet the winds will be real strong an powerfull up on top of mount greylock.i should get a good soaking rain outta this storm system,plus the cold front will be sweeping thru the area overnight tomorrow night into early wednesday morning an the potential will be there for some pretty good strong-severe storms to fire up.my temps are 72.4 degrees an the sun is out blazing right now just as it has all day long 100% sunshine deep blue skys
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post Sep 26 2012, 02:42 PM
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With the relatively quiet weather at hand I thought it would be fun to take a look at how 2012 is stacking up temperature-wise. What I found is quite illuminating. When we crunch the numbers for January through August, we are on track to make this year the warmest on record in Central New York!

Here’s a look at the January 1 through August 31 average temperatures over the past thirty years (The graph is this data in chart form from Excel):

Year
Temp(F)
1981
47.15
1982
46.70
1983
49.51
1984
48.63
1985
48.09
1986
47.36
1987
48.78
1988
47.50
1989
47.23
1990
49.06
1991
50.10
1992
45.71
1993
46.70
1994
45.78
1995
49.21
1996
47.04
1997
47.55
1998
51.99
1999
50.24
2000
49.16
2001
47.89
2002
49.91
2003
45.64
2004
46.17
2005
48.37
2006
49.19
2007
47.73
2008
48.96
2009
47.38
2010
48.92
2011
47.96
2012
52.04

The warmest calendar year on record was in 1998 with an average yearly temperature of 50.57 degrees. Through August 31st of that year the average temperature was 51.99 degrees. As of August 31, 2012 our annual average temperature stands at 52.04. Much can change over the next few months of 2012, but we are on track for the warmest year on record, and (barring an unusually cold winter) we’ll quite likely finish in the top 5.


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western monmouth county avg snowfall 27"-30"

Last 6 yr avg snowfall 46.8"

Freehold boro snowfall
2008 - 2009: 26.8"
2009 - 2010: 74.2"
2010 - 2011: 61.1"
2011 - 2012: 8.5"
2012 - 2013: 38.2"
2013 - 2014: 72.0"
2014 - 2015: 0.00"
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post Sep 27 2012, 09:36 PM
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The weather traditionally becomes more active as we continue our journey into fall, and we are starting to see that in late September. Yesterday's damp, dreary day will be replaced by today's sunshine as high pressure returns to the area.

New developments...

A cold front that swung through yesterday is located in Pennsylvania. This frontal boundary will put on the brakes as an area of low pressure forms along it to the west. This area of low pressure will swing north along the right side of a deepening trough and bring some rainfall to the region on Friday. The latest trends on the forecast models have brought this system much farther north vs. the previous 24 hours. Heavy rain is possible, though the models may be suffering from some feedback issues. At this point, a half inch of rain or more is possible along the center of the storm track, with much lower amounts on the edge of the track. The heavier rain looks to fall south and east of Utica...we'll keep you posted.

Fall foliage...

Peak foliage has arrived in the Adirondacks! The higher elevations in Old Forge, Inlet, Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, and the High Peaks region will see near 100% color this weekend. So far, all the talk of dull color due to the drought doesn't seem to be the case. The colors have been reported to be brilliant so far.



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western monmouth county avg snowfall 27"-30"

Last 6 yr avg snowfall 46.8"

Freehold boro snowfall
2008 - 2009: 26.8"
2009 - 2010: 74.2"
2010 - 2011: 61.1"
2011 - 2012: 8.5"
2012 - 2013: 38.2"
2013 - 2014: 72.0"
2014 - 2015: 0.00"
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[img]http://www.wunderground.com/swf/Rapid_Fire.swf?units=metric&station=KNJFREEH10.gif[img]
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