The Middlebury Landscape

February 24, 2010

Snow Day

Filed under: Weather — Tim Parsons @ 7:08 pm  Tagged , ,

First off-apologies to all who were looking for the Middlebury weather station today. As many of you know, we lost power on campus for a couple of hours this morning, and that wrecks havoc with the weather station. We don’t lose any data, as the weather station has battery backups to keep logging. The network […]

January 3, 2010

Main Quad Finished, and some Snow

Filed under: Landscape,Weather — Tim Parsons @ 1:43 pm  Tagged , , ,

Snow, so far, is a very fluffy 12″, and it is still coming down. I’m betting another 3″ or so. The rain guage has only measured about .16″ of preciptation, just to give you an idea how fluffy the snow is, although I wonder how about the accuracy of that. That would make the snow/water […]

December 20, 2009

Lake Effect Snow

Filed under: Weather — Tim Parsons @ 11:55 am  Tagged

Being part of the snow removal crew at Middlebury, it’s a little disconcerting to awaken on a lazy Sunday morning, look outside the window, and see it snowing like the dickens. So I go downstairs, start the coffee (priorities), boot the computer, and look at the Old Chapel Web Cam. Phew, not snowing on campus. […]

December 10, 2009

Yesterday’s Storm

Filed under: Weather — Tim Parsons @ 9:35 am  Tagged ,

Here at Middlebury we seemed to have missed the brunt of the storm all around us. Trees are down all around Lake Dunmore, East Middlebury, and up into Huntington. No major tree damage here, although some Weeping Willows look like the base of the chair you sit in after a haircut-we’ll be picking up sticks […]

December 6, 2009

Snow, finally.

Filed under: Weather — Tim Parsons @ 5:58 pm  Tagged , ,

The National Weather Service is getting all excited about breaking the record of the latest date of first measurable snowfall (measurable meaning more than .1″). Being that they keep the record in Burlington, which didn’t get snow yesterday, they are poised to break it tomorrow. I never get too excited about records, what the hottest […]

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