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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...versaries.html



    Better guess this year?

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    Looking like a very cool end of August. Nice change of pace. Hopefully the trend continues...
    Well, that hasn't come to pass... Except for this past Monday, it's been consistently hot and looks like it will remain so for at least the next couple of weeks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Los View Post
    Well, that hasn't come to pass... Except for this past Monday, it's been consistently hot and looks like it will remain so for at least the next couple of weeks...
    It has been absolutely dreadful. Hard to believe that it's almost September with so many days still near and over 90!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    It has been absolutely dreadful. Hard to believe that it's almost September with so many days still near and over 90!
    Hopefully that trend changes soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    It has been absolutely dreadful. Hard to believe that it's almost September with so many days still near and over 90!
    This week in NYC has been delightful. Yeah last week was hot but not this week.

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    Almost Labor Day, and my leaves aren't even starting to change yet. Usually by mid August the maples and some of the birch are starting to change, just a couple leaves off the white birch down so far, but with all the heat and rain this year, looks as if the trees are 2-3 weeks behind the calendar so far.

  7. #37
    I wouldn't get to worried yet about the heat ,2010 was a pretty hot Summer and Winter here was almost double the snowfall . Things can flip quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEtoVTSkier View Post
    Almost Labor Day, and my leaves aren't even starting to change yet. Usually by mid August the maples and some of the birch are starting to change, just a couple leaves off the white birch down so far, but with all the heat and rain this year, looks as if the trees are 2-3 weeks behind the calendar so far.
    Hopefully that is not a winter trend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MEtoVTSkier View Post
    Almost Labor Day, and my leaves aren't even starting to change yet. Usually by mid August the maples and some of the birch are starting to change, just a couple leaves off the white birch down so far, but with all the heat and rain this year, looks as if the trees are 2-3 weeks behind the calendar so far.
    Yeah, we were in NYC this weekend and I was looking forward to spotting leave changes on the way down and back up... I quickly realized I needed to think of something else to occupy my time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Los View Post
    Yeah, we were in NYC this weekend and I was looking forward to spotting leave changes on the way down and back up... I quickly realized I needed to think of something else to occupy my time...
    I've noticed the same thing here. Any color I've seen is associated with a dry or dying branch. No whole trees are changing yet.

    A video shared earlier in this thread did say we'd see above normal temps well into December due to warm water off the eastern coast but that temps would at some point flip to more normal levels and then the warm water would fuel storms coming up the coast. I'm really interested to see if this comes true.

    In the mean time it's nice to see snow falling in the Rockies.


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