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Leland Report for Thursday, April 24, 2014

Vol XlV #026                                                                                             

Report # 4655 ~ Photo: LR4-24-14 ~ Registered Users.... 6887

6:00 am. ~ 36° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind: East at 3 mph ~ Humidity: 63%

Sunrise is at 6:43 am ~ Ave. Low is 34°~Record Low is 21° (1986)

4:00 pm. ~ 52° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind:  Southeast at 15 mph ~ Humidity: 22%

Sunset is at 8:40 pm ~ Ave. High is 57° ~ Record High is 85° (1980)

Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure: 30.00 in ~ Dew Point: 18° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles


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

Forecast for 4/25/14 – Showers ~ High 44° ~ Low 32

Slowly the ice is breaking up, but not fast enough to let the JOY out to lay nets.  Fishtown is under reconstruction with power and cable lines being buried underground and finishing touches applied to the shanties.  I have been photographing the event since it started and Easling's construction crew worked under the worst winter conditions Mother Nature could produce... sub zero temperatures, wind and snow.  They deserve an applause, they are doing a excellent job.  .   


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From Island Tom on 4/24/2014 
It will be good to have those power and cable lines buried. Indeed, a rough winter to work construction. Ice is giving way and Biscuit is back to making the rounds!
From Harley on 4/24/2014 
Yea for the buried power lines !
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