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We are now doing fishing reports, water temperature, and marine forecasts quite regularly through the summer and into the fall.  Check out Captain Matt Whitney's latest fishing report from September 26, 2014.

Current Conditions
Temperature 31deg;F
Humidity 97%
Wind Speed WNW @ 10 mph
Wind Gust 18 mph
Pressure 29.587
Precipitation 0.00 inches
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Tuesday March 3

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Sunrise 7:18 am. The precipitation will begin around 8 am in the form of snow. The snow will become mixed with sleet and rain during the afternoon. It will be a cold and slushy mess until the evening when the rain and snow stops with the passage of a cold front at 8 pm. High 35. Low 23. Winds southwest early and northwest 15-25 mph later. Sunset 6:36 pm.

Wednesday March 4

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Sunrise 7:17 am. The clouds will thin out in the morning and sunshine will return by afternoon. However, a northwest wind will keep our temperatures below freezing and back in the teens overnight. High 25. Low 13. Winds northwest 10-20 mph. Sunset 6:38 pm.

Snowfall Summary for 2014-2015

As of 7 am on March 3, 2015, we had 0.3 inches of snowfall in the past 24 hours. Our seasonal snowfall total to date is 108.5 inches.

Monthly Forecast-January

January will start well below normal for average temperature with several arctic outbreaks through the first 8 days of the month. The second week of January will see a return of zonal flow or a general west to east jet stream that will keep our temperatures near average and no significant precipitation for the week. The third week of January will see several major storm systems developing as our jet stream becomes quite active. January 22-24 looks to be the most significant storm of the month with a dramatic change in temperature and abundant precipitation. The last week of January should see a return to quieter weather and a less-active jet stream. Overall, a total of 40-50 inches of snowfall is expected for the month. While our temperatures will average out slightly below normal.
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