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   44.334 N
Station Longitude
  -70.268 W

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Bear Pond Area Weather... North Turner, Maine

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                 WIND DATA                                                      RAIN DATA
 Today's Peak Wind Gust*
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 Today's Low Wind Chill
  39.7 °F 
 This Year's Peak Wind Gust
  46.8 MPH (NW) on  1/07/14
 This Stations All-time Record Peak Gust
  60.1 MPH (NW) on  11/24/13
 This Stations All-time Record Low Wind Chill
  -35.2 °F on 1/03/14 

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 Storm Total Rainfall*
  2.22 inches 
 Rainfall This Month*
  4.97 inches 
 Year To Date Rainfall*
  40.11 inches 

  Number Of Days This Year With  Misc. Precipitation (Sleet, Freezing  Rain, Hail)*

  7 Days this year

SNOWFALL DATA (Updated Oct. 1st - Apr. 30th)

 Snowfall Today* (Updated 10/23/14 @ 6:40 AM)
  0.0 inches  
 Snowfall Yesterday (10/22/14)
  0.0 inches  
 Most Recent Storm Total
  0.0 inches  
 Current Snow Depth
  0.0 inches  


North Turner Weather Notes (For The Past Month)

10/21 - 6:30AM... The showers have already started, and the next four days will feature on and off heavy rain and wind. Winds will gust to 40MPH from the NE, and we expect to see 3-5 inches of rain by Friday evening when the storm finally wraps up! Stay tuned!

10/19 - 5:37PM... Snow showers are happening as I write this in the mountains west of here, as a much colder airmass takes over. It's going to be cold tonight, with lows dropping down into the upper 20's. A big Nor'easter looks to be in the forecast for the Wednesday through Friday timeframe, with lots of rain and wind looking likely with this one. No snow yet, only in the high elevations above 4,000 feet is where some snow is possible. Stay tuned!

10/17 - 6:24AM... We picked up 2 inches of rain over the past 24 hours, much more than we've seen over the past two months combined! We are back on track for averages for this time of the year now though, and after today temps will start to cool down, dropping quite a bit by Sunday. Fall is making its return!

10/15 - 7:00AM... Heavy rain is on the way for the duration of the next 48 hours. We could see a couple inches and maybe even a clap of thunder before the rain ends on Friday, and much cooler temps return to our area.

10/13 - 7:00AM... Coldest morning so far this season. 30 degrees when I woke up, and everything is heavily frosted over! Winter is on its way!

10/10 - 6:28AM... Snow showers were out and about last night in the higher elevations just northwest of us above 3,000ft. It was chilly here with temps in the mid to upper 30's with a few sprinkles, not far from snow! It won't be long!

10/08 - 12:00PM... We dodged the heavy rain from this most recent storm, but we've been seeing plenty of wind. Most of the leaves that had color are now out, and we are just waiting for the Oaks to change and fall out. They are always the last ones to go. Should be soon though!

10/05 - 3:10AM... Finally some decent rainfall over the past 24 hours! We needed it!

10/01 - 7:12AM... The first snowfall info update of the season is done! Of course no snow yet, but hopefully it's not too far away! For now we will continue to enjoy the fall foliage!

9/29 - 7:18AM... As the month of September comes to a close, foliage conditions are getting closer to peak for our area. Temps will cool back off this week to more seasonable levels, and we finally have a few shots at some much needed rain! Also hard to believe, but my first Snowfall Info page update is only two days away!! Once I start that, that page gets updated every day, multiple times a day. Stay tuned!

9/28 - 3:14AM... We have one more very warm day in store for us today before temps start to cool back off to more seasonable levels for the rest of the week. Fall will make a return weatherwise, just in time for peak foliage around this part of the state!

9/26 - 7:03AM... The next few days are going to be very warm, with high temps reaching the upper 70's to around 80! After that cool weather will make a return, and we will be reminded that it is now fall. This little warm up is just a tease, a sort of Indian summer after our recent freeze.

9/22 - 7:05AM... It looks like a relatively warm week ahead with the exception of Tuesday/Wednesday. High temps later this week should make it into the mid 70's! Today will be mild in the upper 60's, and it will be breezy with west winds between 10 and 20 MPH, with gusts as high as 30MPH. I remounted my anemometer 6 feet higher on the edge of the pond, now sitting at a new height of 22 feet.

      Where This Station Is Located

41 Forest Trail, North Turner, Maine, USA

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   In North Turner, Maine 04266 (Weather Zone 3)

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