77F by mid-afternoon, humid with rippled clouds and hazy sunshine. Oranges bloom amongst the reds.
A cloudy, moody start, with a mix of sun and cloud throughout the afternoon. A high of 72F. Vivid reds bloom in the landscape.
Morning cloud dispersed by the afternoon. Sunny with a cool breeze with a high of 73F. A significant reddening of the landscape overnight. Fall seems to have begun in earnest.
Clear skies and a 75F high. Warm in the sun, but cool in the shade. Humid and slightly steamy. Fall is slightly late out of the gate.
A clear, frosty morning, rising to a high of 67F. Initial muted dashes of red amidst the yellowing. Fall has yet to show its true colors.
After an overnight frost dissolving into a misty morning, 70F by mid-afternoon and sunny.
After a foggy start, 60F by mid-afternoon and warm in the sun.
Dark, gloomy with hovering fog. A plunge into the chilly mid-fifties. Got wood?
58F by 6.30am, balmy with clear skies and sunrise ushering in dappled cloud. 65F by mid-afternoon.
60F by 7am with fog receding quickly into the valley. Balmy autumn mornings. Update: another 90F scorcher. Bikini weather.
A high of 85F with morning fog disappearing into the mountains. Sunny with scant cloud. The sunflowers express how we feel about summer ending.
A high of 90F, blazing hot and humid.
A high of 84F with clear skies of hazy blue. Sunday scorcher.
A high of 80F with scanty cloud and warm in the sun. Happy Autumnal Equinox! The first day of Fall.
An 80F high, humid and bright despite hazy clouds, with a faint breeze.
A high of 80F, humid and overcast with late afternoon sun emerging. Summer’s rolling to a steamy end.
Hot in the sun with hazy sunshine, with a cool breeze ushering the fall and a high of 82F. These last few days of summer end on Thursday. Fall begins on Friday with the Autumnal Equinox.
Another balmy morning at 65F with the blazing sun chasing fog into the valleys. A high of 82F, hot in the sun with a cool breeze, like summer wants another chance.
A foggy start to the day, rising to 83F and scorching in the sun until the storm clouds sailed through with a mini-storm. Sunburn one minute; a thorough soaking the next. This year’s fall is more like a fade… a draining of color from vivid green to yellow. The forest floor is carpet of brown and yellow.
A balmy morning at 65F by 9am. The morning fog rolled away to reveal trees, bushes, forest floor and fields liberally bestrewn with lacy spiders’ webs, as if the forest had been dressed for halloween overnight.
Another moody day: a high of 79F, muggy and sweaty with sultry, stormy clouds and distant rain over Slide Mountain. Mother natures continues to flick red splotches into her green canvas.
A high of 75F, humid and overcast with scene-stealing, multifarious clouds leading to isolated showers and a balmy evening. Dashes of red appearing on the landscape like hot pepper seasoning. Moody.
Another chilly misty morning warming up to 82F and sunny with a hazy cloud transforming into ominous, grey armada that issued early evening rain.
79F by mid-afternoon and sunny with hazy cloud. Cool in the shade. Splashes of red dot the landscape.
A high of 74F, warm in the hazy sunshine, but chilly in the shade. Wild leeks, the infamous “ramps”, issue their unique seeds, like tiny, opaque spheres of shimmering onyx.
A high of 65F, alternating sunshine and cloud, all swept through by a strong breeze.
Cloudy, overcast and soggy after overnight rain with a high of 57F and some late afternoon sun. Squash blossoms.
Hot, sunny with faint whispers of cloud and a high of 75F. A glorious Labor Day.
Rainy and 61F by mid-afternoon with swirling mist and more rain.
A morning of warming sun smothered by clouds late afternoon with a 70F high. A chilly harvest.
A chilly high of 67F, with the sun straining to break through multifarious clouds, gusty winds and a lunchtime shower. August almost goes out with a whimper to the sound of a thousand wood stoves firing up, but the sun comes out at the last minute and turns the clouds into a milky glaze.
80F and brilliantly sunny with few scudding clouds and a strong, cooling breeze. Very hot in the sun and nippy in the shade. Goldenrod season.
A chilly morning, with a high of 59F and overcast with afternoon rain. Summer’s got the blues.
A high of 72F and overcast with periods of sunshine. Crisp overnight lows and chilly mornings.
After another overnight low of 45F, a high of 74F and sunny with wispy cloud. Hot in the sun; cool in the shade.
Another high in the low 70s, warm and sunny. Monarchs munch the milkweed.
A 70F high and sunny with a distinct chill in the air. A little taster of Autumn.
72F and mostly sunny with billowing clouds. A warm breeze in the hemlocks.
After heavy overnight rain, a high of 76F with an armada of clouds sailing through the blue. The wild, post-rain proliferation of mushrooms continues in the cool shade of a hemlock forest.
81F by mid-afternoon and humid, with cloud sailing over the hazy mountains through a sky of swimming pool blue.
Another gorgeous misty morning, humid with wisps of cloud. 81F by mid-afternoon, mostly sunny and breezy with rippled cloud obscuring the solar eclipse.
80F by mid-afternoon, hot and sunny.
80F by mid-afternoon with the ubiquitous, scene-stealing clouds and an epidemic of post-rain mushrooms.
Surprise! More heavy rain. A high of 80F, with oppressive humidity, a heavy blanket of cloud and mist swirling over the mountains like the ghost of summers past. Steamy.
80F by mid-afternoon with distant, sailing clouds. Blackberries ripening in the sun.
A chilly, but humid morning at 66F, with mist and clouds dueling under the rising sun.
After heavy overnight rain, a chilly morning with foggy cloud settled over the landscape like a blanket. A hazy, humid day with a high of 75F.
A chilly start: 58F at 8am, rising to 75F by mid-afternoon and soupy with clouds like churning milk.
An 84F high and sunny despite those ubiquitous clouds and their ever eccentric formations.
A sunny morning, despite big, bossy clouds. 78F by mid-afternoon with a cool breeze through the trees. A lovely day with some evening sprinkles.
79F, dark, humid and smothered with rippled, blue milk glass clouds. If today’s weather were a movie, it would be a moody film noir: sultry and begging for a wet ending. Update: it got its wet ending: a thorough rain shower mid-evening.
77F by mid-afternoon: a wrestling match between the sun and potbellied clouds that had waned by the evening.
Mostly sunny and bright despite with an armada of voluminous clouds. 74F by mid-afternoon. The rain takes a holiday.
An unexpectedly chilly morning and a rainy afternoon. A 64F high. Migliorelli’s farm stand also sells perfect rainy day Italian desserts like chocolate pudding and crème brûlée for days like this.
74F by mid-afternoon and cloudy with a cool breeze. Periods of sunshine ripen the hazelnuts.