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@eddie g posted:

Sunday 54 deg. showers

Monday 56 deg. AM showers

Tuesday 58 deg. mostly cloudy

Wednesday 60 deg. partly cloudy

Thursday 62 deg. partly cloudy

Friday 62 deg. showers

Saturday 64 deg. partly cloudy

Eddie:

Long range weather forecasts are essentially meaningless. I have been following these forecasts for York Week closely for the last week or so, and they change dramatically every day. Let's see what the forecast looks like a week from now, and even that will likely change some more thereafter.

Pat

@GregR posted:

I'm coming up from Florida. Can someone explain cold and rain to me? How should I prepare? Fleece jacketing for my train purchases?

Layering.........it can be cold in the morning and then gets warmer.....a fleece with a couple of layers (sweatshirt, golf shirt,t shirt) is the way I approach it. Rain slicker over it if rain is predicted.

Peter

@GregR posted:

I'm coming up from Florida. Can someone explain cold and rain to me? How should I prepare? Fleece jacketing for my train purchases?

Layering.........it can be cold in the morning and then gets warmer.....a fleece with a couple of layers (sweatshirt, golf shirt,t shirt) is the way I approach it. Rain slicker over it if rain is predicted.

Peter

I often end up wearing shorts unless it's really cold due to all the walking.

Latest forecast for York week is the best one yet. Too bad we can't lock it in! Oh well, it's likely to change some more ...

Mon 16    57/46      Mostly Cloudy          17%             NNW 9 mph

Tue 17     57/44      Cloudy                        24%            NNW 7 mph

Wed 18    62/41      Partly Cloudy             15%            NW 7 mph

Thu 19     68/46      Mostly Sunny              7%             WSW 7 mph

Fri 20      71/47       Mostly Cloudy             6%             SW 8  mph

Sat 21     65/47       Partly Cloudy              22%            WNW 9 mph

Pat

@jini5 posted:

Anyone ever seen snow at York? (during the meet)  I have been on the turnpike and seen snow on the top of the mountains while the road itself was dry.

I seem to remember one York with light flurries since I started going in 2008, but no accumulation.  Several times I encountered snow crossing the Alleghenies, including one time where the roads got bad for a short while.

Andy

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