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A little pre-season snow would be nice to put folks in the appropriate mood. Heck, it has been like summer here in eastern Ohio for far too long (my opinion only, of course), and with a "winter of discontent" about to descend on us due to supply line challenges related to just about every product one can imagine, a bit of pre-Christmas kick-in-the-butt might help to spur sales of trains at York and elsewhere.

@MartyE posted:

Here it is if anyone cares but you know it will change before then...

THU  10/21

68° /47°
Mostly cloudy, rain possible
rain 35%



FRI  10/22

66° /42°
A couple of showers possible
rain 30%




SAT  10/23

62° /41°
Decreasing clouds
rain 8%

Marty:

Just checked the Weather Channel forecast for York week. Supposed to be partly cloudy Wednesday through Saturday. Temperatures during the day will be in the low 70s Wednesday and Thursday, high 60s on Friday, and low 60s on Saturday. There is no mention of rain any of those days. Here's hoping their forecast is accurate.

Pat

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@irish rifle posted:

Marty:

Just checked the Weather Channel forecast……

Pat

The Weather Channel probably has the most resources, but seems to have the worst forecasts.  Go figure.

If the weather for a certain date is important to know, I check 2-3 sources.  NOAA’s seems the most accurate for longer range forecasts.  Accuweather does well to.  Within 48 hours, some aviation forecasts are good.

Any weather forecast more than 5-6 days out, to me, is worthless.

12% chance?  From experience, I always bring a box of trash bags.

Ah yes, the York weather. I shall miss the fragrance of the "fertilizer" spread over the Lancaster County farm fields when I turn off Rte. 30 to go to the Museum on a beautiful day, temperature in the upper 60's or low 70's, sun shining, car windows down and not a care in the world except to find the next treasure at York. Oh wait, that's only in the Spring. Well, I shall miss it.

Gerry 

@gmorlitz posted:

Ah yes, the York weather. I shall miss the fragrance of the "fertilizer" spread over the Lancaster County farm fields when I turn off Rte. 30 to go to the Museum on a beautiful day, temperature in the upper 60's or low 70's, sun shining, car windows down and not a care in the world except to find the next treasure at York. Oh wait, that's only in the Spring. Well, I shall miss it.

Gerry

I just posted pictures on my FB yesterday from when I was out there(at Strasburg for 611) and captured said fertilizer both on the field and being spread. I'm hoping that the weather is beautiful as can be. This morning it was around 42 and a might bit cool. Just needed a sweatshirt(with hood) and gloves for a bit to keep my hands warm while driving in. I suspect that the weather is going to be lovely. I've had enough rain on the weekend as it came down in buckets a bit Saturday.

Marty.....since you are in Western PA, how are you crossing the Alleghenys?

Shuttlecraft? Transporter? Or, are you going retro with one of those hydrocarbon oxidizing vehicles on the former proposed ROW of the South Pennsylvania RR?

Peter

What if he does it by teleportation?

All I know is the sunrise was beautiful this morning.

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Marty.....since you are in Western PA, how are you crossing the Alleghenys?

Shuttlecraft? Transporter? Or, are you going retro with one of those hydrocarbon oxidizing vehicles on the former proposed ROW of the South Pennsylvania RR?

Peter

Mr. Scott assures me that the transporter and shuttle craft are at my disposal.  We will be traveling at high warp avoiding the Klingons along the way.

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