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Old 09-24-2015, 08:13 AM   #1
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Default .... some local change?

You know ..... and I'm not just trying to stir the pot here ..... but for the last few years ...like about 5-years......it seems to me that each year, from about June 15 to August 15, the local central NH weather has become cooler and more wet, while from August 15 to Sept 30, it has become warmer and dryer.


June 15 -August 15 = cooler and more wet

August 15-September 30 = warmer and dryer


As if there has been a shift in the local climate?
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Old 09-24-2015, 09:34 AM   #2
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All science aside and without looking at the weather data I would personally agree based on feel. We were talking the other day about how August this year felt like the new July and September felt like the new August.

I actually wouldn't mind it.
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Old 09-24-2015, 11:52 AM   #3
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My guess it is less of a change, and more seasonal variability.
In this case, there is a strong el-nino which typically warms up our autumns.
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but for the last few years ...like about 5-years......it seems to me that each year, from about June 15 to August 15, the local central NH weather has become cooler and more wet

As if there has been a shift in the local climate?
LOL, best thing I have read on this site all week.
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