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Getting ready for a cool night.  Nice looking clouds.

Spent the weekend up in Waterville along Pine Creek Gorge. Such beautiful country up there. Leonard Harrison SP was closed due to heavy rains washing out the road in, but the view from the other side

Beautiful day on The Pinnacle, Hawk Mountain

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4 hours ago, cbelke said:

Not a good house or over priced/out bid?

Inspection revealed to much crap. So got out of the contract. Will be looking out a few houses tomorrow and Monday. So we will see 

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13 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Inspection revealed to much crap. So got out of the contract. Will be looking out a few houses tomorrow and Monday. So we will see 

Yeah, inspections on homes right now are like gold. Always get them, they are worth it. I'm trying to buy a house in OBX and I've walked away from over 20 homes because they want to much money, I'm being outbid, and buyers are waiving the home inspection and buying as is. They are nuts to do that! 

Good luck with the search!

 

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18 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Inspection revealed to much crap. So got out of the contract. Will be looking out a few houses tomorrow and Monday. So we will see 

 If you go east to the foothills you pick up elevation and still close enough to lake Ontario for increased seasonal snowfall avg., great snowmobiling and skiing..... Best of luck to you...

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Locally 61 /49 split today

0.01" from afternoon shower, 0.31" yesterday

Some comments regarding Philadelphia OCT records & averages:

As of today PHL has yet to record the 1st 40's of the season (JUL 1st). For the current airport location (1940) this represents the latest occurrence on record. The previous latest was 10/15/1995 (not a bad analog).

The average date of the 1st 40's at the airport location is 9/21. Since 2000 that date is now 10/3.

For the various center city locations (1874 - 1939) the latest occurrence is 10/20/1882.

The average date of the 1st 40's at the center city locations was 9/27.

In terms of the monthly minimum temperature for OCT the highest min on record for the airport location is 43 set in 1971. The average OCT min temp is 34 degrees. Since 2000 that figure is now 38 degrees.

For the various center city locations the highest OCT min was 45 degrees set in 1931, 1927 & 1882. The average OCT min was 37 degrees.

Looks like thru 10/16 the monthly min temps at PHL are averaging close to 9 degrees higher than the already warmed 1991-2020 normals. 

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7 hours ago, colonel_kurtz said:

Locally 61 /49 split today

0.01" from afternoon shower, 0.31" yesterday

Some comments regarding Philadelphia OCT records & averages:

As of today PHL has yet to record the 1st 40's of the season (JUL 1st). For the current airport location (1940) this represents the latest occurrence on record. The previous latest was 10/15/1995 (not a bad analog).

The average date of the 1st 40's at the airport location is 9/21. Since 2000 that date is now 10/3.

For the various center city locations (1874 - 1939) the latest occurrence is 10/20/1882.

The average date of the 1st 40's at the center city locations was 9/27.

In terms of the monthly minimum temperature for OCT the highest min on record for the airport location is 43 set in 1971. The average OCT min temp is 34 degrees. Since 2000 that figure is now 38 degrees.

For the various center city locations the highest OCT min was 45 degrees set in 1931, 1927 & 1882. The average OCT min was 37 degrees.

Looks like thru 10/16 the monthly min temps at PHL are averaging close to 9 degrees higher than the already warmed 1991-2020 normals. 

13 60F or higher lows this month broke the October record of 12 set in 1959. Both records were set on consecutive days - first 12 days of the month in 1959.

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