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Leland Report for Monday, March 02, 2015
One Year Ago... Outside God's Front Door

Vol XlV #336                                                                                                          

Report # 4961 ~ Photo: LR3-2-15 ~ Registered Users.... 6959

6:00 am. ~ 19°~ Cloudy ~ Wind: Northwest at 9 mph ~ Humidity: 55%

Sunrise is at 7:20 am ~ Ave. Low is 17°~ Record Low is -28° (1962)

3:00 pm. ~ 24° ~ Sunny ~ Wind: West at 5 mph~ Humidity:44%

Sunset is at 6:31 pm ~ Ave. High: 34° ~ Record High is 53° (1933)

Moonphase: Waxing Gibbous~ Pressure: 30.42 ~ Dew Point: 8° ~ Visibility: 9 Miles

Daylight: 11H 11mns 


Forecast for 3/2/2015 - Mostly Cloudy,  High: 23° F- Low: 12° F


Forecast for 3/3/2015 - Snow,  High: 31° F- Low: 16° F


 
Another lovely, bright winter day! Temps well above zero are more than welcome. We are seeing more birds return - perhaps a hope of spring soon?











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From Island Tom on 3/2/2015 
Looks like Spring, Meggen!. A Pileated Woodpecker! And Biscuit in good form! 33 degrees here in So. MI. Cracked the freezing barrier!
From Jeff in Tallahassee on 3/2/2015 
About a week ago my yard was full of robins. I figured they had been chased down here by the recent cold front and were making their way back north. I guess Punxatawney Phil called it right this year, but only about 3 more weeks until spring now.
From DickM/E.Leland on 3/3/2015 
Great pic of pileated woodpecker. How can such a beautiful bird do so much damage to our trees-probably because they're so big. I've lost 3 pine trees to them since their holes go more than half way through the tree & it has to come down. Oh, well, we all have to eat!
 
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