Officially in the teens, the temperature this morning was 17F, with a 4 degree rise to 21F by lunchtime. Fast flowing water is no match for the chill, and the ice is framing even the sides of even the bigger falls.
A plethora of oversized fluffy flakes started falling as this shot was taken. The day started at 28F, up to 34F, and by the end of the day, the tops of the mountains will be white again. The cycle of water falling from the sky and falling over the rocks continues.
41F at midday and cloudy with the water still acoming. Day 4 of The Seven Days of Waterfalls to acknowledge the rushing water through the Catskills after the snow melt.
Beautiful day for a ride in the mountains, keep your eyes peeled for seasonal waterfalls enhanced by the melted snow. 30F this morning, with sunshine and 44F by noon.
Temperatures at freezing this morning, but not for long, as the sun decided to lend it’s light to the Catskills today, temperatures warming up to 44 by mid-afternoon.
This Christmas morn dawned with an unusually warm temperature of 40F, only dropping a degree or two as the day went on. Gusty breezes blow, and tumultuous water flows due to recent rains and the snow melt from the high peaks. Merry Christmas!