A high of 70F with huge, scene-stealing clouds and intermittent rain showers. Humid with early evening fog descending into the valleys and rising off the Esopus. Shoots a-shooting. Buds a-budding and the maple leaves unravel first. The forest comes alive and the soft earth ejects a few ancient objects.
77F by the afternoon, with mostly clear skies. Birds chirping. Blooms and leaves continue to bud like they weren’t covered in snow yesterday. Most of the snow melted by dusk, even on the ski slopes.
A high of 60F, hot in the sun with clear, blue skies and a cool breeze.
56F by mid-afternoon, overcast, with heavy rain clearing up late afternoon. Still chilly, but perfect for mushrooms and ducks.
63F at 8.30am with rolling clouds, light breeze and brief periods of sunshine.
63F by mid-afternoon, humid and overcast with some rain.
Spring is here and we’re seeing a start to the greening of our mountains with the help of some much-needed rain that will cool off recent brush fires. Here are some weekend links as we mountaineers ramp up for spring, no pun intended.
Support your local bookstore: Catskill Made’s blog highlights their favorite Catskill local bookstores.
A pop-up library at the Catskill Center, where you can borrow books and give them back to any Delaware County library when they’re due.
Tomorrow, May 4th at 11am, join us at the Roxbury Arts Center for a talk arranged by The MARK Project on the $500,000,000 grant that Governor Cuomo has ear-marked for the Southern Tier of New York State.
42F at 9.30am, overcast, misty and raining for most of the day.
On this day last year…
30F at 8.30am with a chilly wind and an overnight layer of crunchy snow. 40F by 2pm.