Episode #170: The Up And Down Month

March is likely the strangest month in NEOhio. It can be very warm at times. It can be cold and snowy at times. It can be thundery. It can be delightfully quiet, too. The next 17 days is no exception, as we will see. Plus, a trip to the highest summit of Vermont reveals a definitive trend for the winter of 2020-2021.

Here is the snow pack measurement at the summit of Mt. Mansfield, Vermont. Current year is in burnt orange. Average is in black.

Way to go, John Tryon (Twitter @scannerjt1) who captured this private jet’s signature in front of the full moon on Saturday night!

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