The last day of summer: a gorgeous morning, cloudless except for the odd wisp overhead and a swathe of stretched gauze on the horizon. Overcast for a few hours late afternoon, clearing before dusk, with a light breeze and a high of 70F. The last day of haying at Lazy Crazy Acres takes place under the full harvest moon.
Day 3 of the hay window. Hot, sunny, clear skies until thick ribbons of wispy cloud late afternoon, and a high of 75F. Full harvest moon this evening at 7.55pm.
Day 2 of a hay window. Cloudless skies in the morning. A high of 80F. Splotches of red dash the landscape; a slight fading of the green.
A scorcher: a high of 80F with huge clouds. The first day of a three-day hay window.
More of the same as yesterday. Overcast with cloud like thick, swirling gun smoke and a high of 75F.
A gloomy, overcast morning after overnight rain with clouds clearing slightly mid-afternoon to reveal slivers of blue sky. A high of 72F and humid. We’re having a muggy September.
Sunny and humid with cotton candy cloud cover. A high of 76F and torrential rain beginning mid-afternoon and continuing through the night. Fall colors creeping in slowly.
Ground wet with overnight rain. Morning fog clears for a fresh and breezy day, warming up to a high of 77F and humid. Bright and sunny despite thick clouds.
A beautiful day, sunny with faint wisp of cloud and a high of 73F. Last day of haying.
A crisp morning, warming up to a high of 79F. Overcast and humid in the afternoon with glimmering cloud.
A distinct chill in the air, but sunny and warming up to a high of 70F. Warm and breezy with big clouds.
A morning of thick clouds that disperse into big, woolly chunks by the afternoon. A mostly sunny afternoon with a strong, cooling breeze. A high of 66F. Second cutting of hay commences.
Torrential overnight rain, a foggy morning, overcast and humid with a high of 70F.
A scorcher despite an array of cloud cover: gauzy clouds that dissolved into cigarette smoke and then thickened and brought torrential rain at dusk. Tiny splashes of red dot the green landscape. A high of 80F, but felt hotter.
Another beautiful day like yesterday: the odd group of fat clouds sailing through, mostly sunny with a high of 72F. Basil thriving in the heat.
Sunny and mostly clear with odd isolated clouds and a high of 72F. A breezeless, baking September day.
Another bleak day like the movie set of a British, 19th century novel adaptation that ends in heartbreak. A morning of rain and an afternoon that’s overcast with layers of weather like someone couldn’t decide what set to use. A high of 66F, humid and highly cinematic.
Blazing sunshine and blue skies with a few stray, wispy clouds. A high of 74F.
A thick carpet of oppressive, threatening cloud all day, but somehow the sun got through this occasionally for bursts of hot sunshine. A high of 67F.
Another moody day with Ida retreating. Wet, cloudy and a high of 69F.
Not a good start to September: a few inches of rain from Hurricane Ida, overcast and muggy with a high of 66F. A thirst-quenching day for the farm.
Sunny and hot with a legion of small fluffy clouds. Humid and a high of 72F. An almost cloudless sky at dusk. August goes out in style.
A sunny day despite big clouds. Hot and humid. A high of 81F.
Another opalescent sky: overcast with a high of 79F. Gloomy but hot and humid with a few sprinkles of rain at dusk.
Overcast with opalescent cloud and a cooling breeze. A sunless day with a high of 70F. Dry enough to begin seed saving.
These foggy mountains – and the melons – are now begging for a bit of rain. Steamy and humid with a high of 88F. Brushed by the edge of a storm after dark that brings a mild rain shower.
Another foggy morning with mist steaming out of the valleys. Very humid with a mixed bag of clouds, and a high of 88F. Sweaty.
Steamy fog rising off the mountains this morning. Humid, with a light breeze and a high of 90F. Perfect early morning dip.
An overcast morning with thick clouds clearing somewhat at lunchtime, making for a hot and sunny afternoon. A high of 82F. Rare sighting of Joe Pye Weed, a fading summer bloom enjoying some rare blazing sun.
Almost 99% humidity and Hurricane Henri gone by morning. Cloudy with a high of 75F and a few sprinkles of rain. Clouds clearing by sunset. Seed saving begins.
Muggy and bright despite thick layers of cloud clover. A high of 79F and then Hurricane Henri moves in late afternoon and brings a few inches of rain.
Overcast and humid with brief flashes of sunshine making the plump clouds shimmer. Scattered showers and a high of 82F. Spider web clouds and a gorgeous pink sunset.
Overcast with a thick layer of insulating cloud, and less muggy. A cool breeze blows through the humidity and brings rain by mid-afternoon that gets heavier through the evening. A high of 81F. The melon patch thrives with all the recent rain.
Rain showers slightly heavier today; humid, sweaty and overcast with enigmatic cloud cover. A high of 80F.
More rain and high humidity. Continual drizzle, overcast with foggy cloud and a high of 80F. A brief flash of sun mid-afternoon. Sweaty.
More rain. Overcast, foggy and humid with a high of 72F and near continual drizzle waning at dusk.
Mostly sunny with thin, straggly clouds like cobwebs waving in the sun. A high of 80F.
Humid, but much cooler and bright sunshine despite some gauzy cloud. Some rain mid-morning, but otherwise downright gorgeous. A high of 80F.
Light overnight rain drying quickly in the morning. A few scattered, ragged clouds remaining by noon and a blazing, sunny afternoon. A high of 88F. Lightning storm at dusk brings an evening rain shower.
A morning rain shower at 8am breaks the dry spell but not the humidity. A high of 90F and muggy with lots of plump clouds. Only-the-bikini-makes-sense weather.
The steamiest, but still no rain. Humid with a high of 86F.
Getting steamier and steamier. A jumble of mixed cloud, but mostly sunny and humid. A high of 81F.
Threatening cloud cover but still no rain. Humid and a high of 82F. Steamy.
Another lovely hay day. Humid, sunny and a high of 81F.
Hazy cloud and a high of 81F. Steamy.
Sunny, gorgeous with the odd cluster of plump cloud, and a high of 85F. Hay season continues.
Day 4 of hay season, first cutting. Dry but overcast with layers of occasionally ominous clouds and humid. Hot with a high of 77F and a low of 52F.
Overcast yet still bright, and dry with a cool breeze. A high of 77F. Low of 54F. More like spring than summer and Day 3 of being rain-free.
A chilly start to the day: still 57F at 9am. A second day of dry weather in August though, cloudy with periods of sunshine and a high of 72F. Low of 45F. A thin veil of lavender cloud at sunset.
A cooler day but dry and sunny with scattered clouds. A high of 73F and a low of 48F. A good day for sight-seeing.
Intermittent scattered, light, sprinkling rainfall, a high of 73F and a cooling breeze. A colder evening: 62F at sunset and heavier rain. After the near-daily rainfall in July, it’s turning out to be a rainy August too. Good weather for foraging mushrooms.
Humid and misty with a high of 89F and some late evening rain. Shimmering cloud cover and thick fog nestled in the valleys at sunset.
Another scorcher with fat clouds threatening rain. A high of 91F.
Another scorcher: baking in the sun, dry with mixed clouds. A high of 86F. Broccoli emerging.
It’s been a week of gorgeous sunsets. Today’s high 89F with picturesque cloud.