Rain, mist and fog shroud the Catskills all day. Overcast with a high of 54F. Rain turns to snow at dusk. Heavier snow the more west you go. Spring blooms stand out against the stormy landscape.
Another moody day: overcast and humid with a high of 63F. The old collapsed barn on Breezy Hill, built in 1885, is finally taken away.
A gloomy start with plump clouds clearing late afternoon for a sunny evening and a high of 63F.
Overcast with dark stormy clouds with mist and light rain. A high of 45F. Moody.
Humid and overcast with swirling, dark, foggy cloud and light rain. A high of 60F.
Glorious spring day: a high of 73F, hazy cloud, and a balmy, enigmatic sunset.
The weather takes a grim turn: overcast and humid with late afternoon rain. A high of 63F. Gloomy.
Warm and sunny. Clear skies with the odd lost cloud passing through. Breezy with a high of 70F. This year’s ramps are coming up early.
Clear skies except the occasional wisp of cotton ball cloud and already 57F by mid-morning. A high of 71F. The first scorcher of the year. The last maple boil of the season took place at Tree Juice Maple Syrup today.
Another gorgeous day, warm and sunny with a high of 63F.
Brilliant sunshine all day, breezy with hazy skies and a high of 60F.
A high of 58F with a mix of sun and cloud. Early spring plantings are underway.
Clear skies, breezy and warm with a high of 50F.
A high of 33F with a mix of cloud and sunshine. Snow lingering on the peaks.
Sticky wet snow coats the landscape, and gradually wanes into the shadows before noon. A mixture of sun and rolling cloud with a high of 41F.
A plump mass of swirling grey clouds like a giant duvet, greening grass and a high of 55F. Grass needs 60F to start growing.
Sunny, breezy and beautiful. Gauzy cloud, turquoise horizon and a with a high of 60F.
Gusty winds, bright sunshine, but freezing. A high of 41F and a light dusting of morning snow on the very peaks. Gushing streams.
Rain beginning early morning and continuing all day. Overcast with a high of 54F and windy.
A high of 58F, humid and breezy with billowing clouds. We’re getting some beautiful light this Spring in the Catskills.
A balmy morning with fog on the peaks and misty rain. Blustery winds tossing leaves like confetti and thunderous clouds passing in a hurry. A high of 71F. Moody.
After a whole day’s rain comes a misty sunrise and a balmy Spring day with a high of 70F.
Overcast with rain beginning mid-morning and continuing for the rest of the day. A high of 50F. A humid and soggy day with mist rising off the rivers. After a brief period of dryness, mud season kicks off.
A warm, sunny morning quickly warming up to a high of 64 by mid-afternoon. Some green is emerging amidst the flaxen landscape.
Three days of continuous sunshine is putting the spring in our Spring. A high of 62F in the valley. Mostly clear and sunny with a low of 29F. The last of the winter snow keeps the rivers high.
28F by mid-morning rising to a high of 61F and mostly clear skies.
First day of Spring, the Vernal Equinox with equal duration of day and night. A gorgeous day in the Catskills, high of 51F, balmy in the sunshine, breezy, and clear with a pink-orange sunset. Snow still lingering in the shadows. A serene start to the season after a winter of near-constant snow.
A high of 28F, bright and breezy with swirling cloud sweeping through the valleys bringing low-lying flurries.
A reprieve: a bright milk glass sky, slight breeze, a high of 27F and a ploughed road on the way to the sap bush. Late evening flurries.
Another whiteout: steady snow until mid-afternoon. Two or three inches of soft, fluffy snow and a high of 29F. A surprising, brief hour of sun late afternoon.
A frigid morning of 7F but the sky remaining mostly bright with thin, wooly cloud slashed through with ribbons of blue. A high of 27F. Another winter advisory pending.
Another stormy day with clouds like puffs of grey gun smoke, and a steady two inches of snow. Whiteout on the peaks and a high of 34F. A thick layer of ice underneath the new snow makes the going treacherous.
Another dazzling day: endless bright blue and a high of 34F.
A stormy morning: a few more inches of snow with whiteout conditions, clearing by late lunchtime to reveal some sun and a sky dappled with cloud. A high of 41F and a mostly clear early evening.
A bright day in the week: cloudless sky all day. A high of 36F. Icicles dripping in the brilliant sunshine. Perfect hiking weather.
Steady, light snow most of the day with the occasional breeze shaking snow out of the trees. Overcast with a high of 32F. An enigmatic week in the sap bush.
The winter storm dumped over a foot of snow, but had dissipated by morning. Overcast with a high of 32F. A winter wonderland.
Despite a winter snowstorm advisory, we have a warmer start to February: 23F at 7.30am with a steady flurry of dry snow. A high of 27F with the winter storm well established by dusk.
We’ve spent the rest of January frozen over with frequent snow storms and frigid, low temperatures. 3F at a glorious red sunrise and a high of 20F. Sun glowing through gauzy cloud for most of the day.
Back to the quiet glassy dome in the morning that dissipates into cotton candy swirls by late afternoon, revealing some sky. No breeze and a high of 28F.
Another mostly clear day with a thin veil of cotton wool cloud stretching across half the sky. Bitterly cold with a high of 29F.
A rare sunny day: clear, expect for squally clouds that drop snow on the high peaks like they’re icing a cake. Always fun to watch. A light breeze blowing snow off branches in the valleys. An uplifting day with a high of 30F.
Another gloomy day up on the peaks: as quiet as the moon. A high of 30F and overcast with a low cloud, flurries lead to a swirling whiteout at sunset.
Still and quiet with a thick layer of snow and overcast with no hint of sun. Chilly with a high of 34F. Gloomy day.
An overnight snow storm has passed by morning leaving 6 inches of snow under rippling morning cloud that transforms into a solid dome of milk glass by afternoon. Still and quiet. A winter whiteout with a high of 36F.
Overcast for most of the day with individual foggy clouds of snow wafting over the peaks. A high of 30F. Snow storm on its way.
Freezing overnight sleet turns mushy and then disappears throughout the morning. Light flurries on the peaks, but one end of Belleayre gets a substantial dusting of fresh powder. Gusty winds, swirling clouds and a show-stopping gunmetal sky at sunset. A high of 36F. It’s as if the year has decided to get going after a quite gloomy, pensive beginning.
The first day of both a year and a decade is still and quiet with snow remaining only on the peaks. Overcast with a high of 32F.
A dusting of snow like icing sugar on the peaks, but drenched and soggy in the valleys with roads turning to ice. Humid and overcast with thick, hulking cloud and a high of 34F.
Sound of rushing rivers still echo in the valleys. Slight rise in temperatures and sunny with distant cloud, but still bitter with a chilly wind and a high of 32F.
Back to the snow. Overnight flurries, a plunge back into bitterly low temperatures with a high of 21F. Overcast and gloomy.
Christmas Day flooding. Humid and overcast. Steady overnight rain continues into the morning. Rain and snow melt causing flooding along the tributaries and in low lying areas. A high of 59F.
Flood warning and high of 47F. Overcast with low swirling cloud, and mist hanging over the peaks like fading gun smoke. Rushing rivers and blustery winds blowing rain in all directions. Stormy.
Sunrise through a thin streaks of shimmering cloud looking like a clawed wedding veil that melted into gauze at noon, and a high of 37F. Still, frigid and quiet on the third day of Yule. Keep the fires burning before tomorrow’s rain.
Gusty winds blowing snow and overcast with thick cloud looking like a rumpled duvet. A high of 36F and an overnight low of 27F.