If you thought this October felt more like January, you weren’t too far off.
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Before all the leaves had changed color, before we could get our wood in or boats out of the water or take that last hike or climb in the Tetons (or whatever fall rituals you have), not only did it feel like summer was suddenly over, but also autumn was already near its end.
This past Sunday was officially the last day of summer. Fall began at 1:50 a.m. Monday with the autumnal equinox.
Call it whatever you like: mud season, pot-hole season, corn season. Personally I still refer to it as the offseason, the time-off season. Wea…
As January 2019 draws to a close, I want to take some time to reflect upon the past year's weather before 2018 gets any farther away in the rearview mirror.
Temperatures holding steady
Month-to-month, average temperatures were up and down throughout the year. Some months were cooler than normal and some warmer.