March 16, 2007 in Keepers Log, More Logbook


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Typical indecisive March weather: several days of convincing spring thaw interrupted by a winter relapse. A snowstorm moving up the coast promises to drop a foot of snow overnight. As if that wasn’t enough, a bit of flooding forecast for tonight after midnight: runoff and snowmelt meeting wind-driven storm surge and rising tide. 3.98′ tide + 2′ surge + runoff/snowmelt = > 6′ waterlevels around 1 AM. Blustery north wind gusting over 40 mph. I don’t plan on going anywhere tonight. Set out seeds for the birds. Stoke the coalstove. Read a book. That’s all I’ve planned for the evening.

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