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Rubus Leucodermis

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  1. An astounding prolonged, and astoundingly warm, warm spell. I consider it compensation for the prolonged cold pattern since February.
  2. 34˚F and patchy frost. Wasn’t expecting that after hitting 66˚F yesterday afternoon.
  3. 58˚F, sunny, and surprisingly windy. High so far: 59˚F. So close…
  4. There were a few small eruptions, then they stopped, then the mountain literally started bulging as if from pressure building up inside. It was pretty clear to me (even as a teen at the time) that something really big was about to happen.
  5. There’s been plenty of sunshine recently, and there’s more than one type of nice weather. That said, it has yet to crack the 60˚F mark here, and it is now 11 April. I am ready for the coming warm spell. It’s time.
  6. A degree colder at the airport than in my neighborhood. That does not happen very often.
  7. Reports of a dusting of snow in Fairhaven this morning. Nothing here .
  8. In my neighborhood, it’s frogs. They’ve been really going at it since late February.
  9. I’m pretty sure I’ve had more than that here, but I haven’t been keeping count, and I have been surprised by the number of times it has been clear and frosty further south but cloudy and above-freezing overnight here. That said, I have had three frosts already this month (just not one this morning).
  10. For more perspective, Mt. St. Helens in 1980 was (barely) VEI 5. Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 was VEI 6. The latter is the most violent volcanic eruption in any of our lifetimes.
  11. There are non-volcanic islands in that region, too. But yes, many are as you described.
  12. Honestly, I think some people on this forum should just move to Alaska already. I, for one, am ready for a stretch of normal to above-normal temperatures after the past two months.
  13. Yup, definitely a barred owl. The one that hoots “Who cooks for you?”
  14. You can really see the UHI effect there. Portland. the largest city listed, is further from their record low minimum than any other station.
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