Major Arctic Outbreak Imminent in the Adirondacks

Major Arctic Outbreak Imminent in the Adirondacks

By Meteorologist Garrett Marino From one extreme to the other. A strong dichotomous temperature pattern has developed across the country this week, which will conclude on Sunday with the coldest temperatures for cities Philadelphia and New York likely since 1994 (near...
El Niño Warm Weather Confuses Adirondack Wildlife

El Niño Warm Weather Confuses Adirondack Wildlife

This year’s record-breaking warm fall and winter in the Adirondack Mountains has affected moods, bottom lines, and heating bills, important topics to us humans. But we are not the only ones impacted by this year’s surreal Adirondack winter-that-never-was. Wildlife...
Record Warmth Continues in New York’s North Country

Record Warmth Continues in New York’s North Country

By Meteorologist Garrett Marino December was the warmest on record for New York’s North Country, nearly a fifteen-degree Fahrenheit departure from normal, and milder than an average November. Much of the globe also experienced record warmth. The mild weather...
Forlorn in Lake Placid

Forlorn in Lake Placid

We are currently living through the least snowiest winter in Lake Placid, New York. This photo of Ziggy on Lake Placid the lake during a recent hike – not cross-country ski – captured the spirit of winter 2016 in the Adirondacks. So...
Baby, It’s Cold Outside in Lake Placid – Celebrate!

Baby, It’s Cold Outside in Lake Placid – Celebrate!

Rain and then temperatures that plummeted to bitter cold are a harsh start to the first full work week of 2015. The ski report is sad but improving. Warm rain fell on the Adirondack Mountains for 36 hours and washed away the few inches of snow that had fueled recovery...
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