Today’s story is short: we are in a perfect stretch of days to get outside and play in the Adirondacks. The longer version features clear Adirondack blue sky, bright sunshine, colorful 70-degree days, followed by chilly, full-moon lit evenings. These are the days for outdoor recreation in the Adirondacks. Most of the nasty bugs succumbed to the recent frost, a real bonus for warm weather outdoor exertion. My early commute to yoga is an eye candy breakfast thanks to Mother Nature’s foliage show and fall’s misty morning lakes.
Weather conditions have been perfect for afternoon trail runs and cycling and it looks like that trend will continue. The weather service is calling for more of the same with a small chance for rain this Saturday. By the way, for official information about outdoor recreation conditions in the Adirondacks, you can clink the “Current Adirondack Backcountry Conditions” link in the top right section of this page for the New York State Department of Environmental’s official report. It is updated every Thursday.
My unofficial report indicates outdoor recreation conditions in the Adirondacks are currently delightful and destined to get even better.