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Old 09-02-2013, 06:15 PM
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Deep Cold: Interior and Northern Alaska Weather & Climate: Record Cold in the Northern Interior

May be a short summer in Alaska this year.

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This years Farmers Almanac predicts it is suppose to be a cold/er winter in the US this year. IMO, for hunting season, the colder the better.
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Dave: I have been up in Island Park, ID for the last four days, each night it has been getting colder, last night the low was 39 degrees. Summer is definitely over. I'm not sad, streamer fishing is just around the corner.

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Summer's not over here Dave....still 33°C today... not the best weather to go fishing....
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Still in the mid 90's in far south Texas, but temps are cooling down at nite in Northern Arkansas.

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Last day for us here in Island Park, ID and the high is forecast to be 72 degrees, so it has dropped 10 degrees in a week. Summer is definitely over, but I'm really looking forward to some fall fishing.

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Mid-'80's and humid here in New England............... water temps are 70+; fish are lying deep, sleepy and not very interested in feeding..........at least not on my flies...............................

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I hope summer is over. Saturday it was 102 degrees in St. Louis. I hate when that happens.
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Southern Oregon's backed away from the mid-high 90's and peaking out in the mid-80's. But sure can tell the nights are colder. Actually had to turn on the furnace for a few minutes yesterday morning.
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My trees/plants are telling me fall is on the way.

...over in the E Sierra last week 3 of the "old timers" I run into from time to time all said it'll be an early winter. They're always right about what bug to use...I'm staying on top of the forecast when heading up high.

My pal and I got caught at 9,500 feet a few years back (Oct 10th or so) in a snowfall and temps sunk to 9 deg. We were safe, but it took a bit of the luster off the fishing. Steelies, ok...a trout trip, not so much.
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