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Leland Report for Friday, April 18, 2014

Vol XlV #020                                                                                             

Report # 4649 ~ Photo: LR4-18-14 ~ Registered Users.... 6886

6:00 am. ~ 33° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind: N NW at 6 mph ~ Humidity: 84%

Sunrise is at 6:53 am ~ Ave. Low is 33°~Record Low is 23° (1993)

3:30 pm. ~ 41° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind:  N NW at 11 mph ~ Humidity: 62%

Sunset is at 8:32 pm ~ Ave. High is 54° ~ Record High is 85° (2002)

Moonphase: Waning Gibbous ~ Pressure: 30.38 in ~ Dew Point: 25° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles


Snow Report: 262.5 inches so far this season (Enterprise 4-16)

Forecast for 4/19/14 – Partly Cloudy ~ High 56°~ Low 41°


The Weather Channel claims it’s partly cloudy, it ain’t…  other than that it’s a day that it’s not snowing and the temperature is above freezing.



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From Island Tom on 4/18/2014 
Biscuit blends in with the ice and water. Looks like he is ready for action!
From Oldbiker on 4/18/2014 
Would loved to have been there for Carlson's grand opening, 2014. Made my version of smoked whitefish pate today - notmCarlson's but,enough to get me close. Puppy looks great in today's Biscuit Report - as always.
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