May 2015 will be remembered as a very warm month which caused many to plant earlier than Memorial Day weekend, which is the time when many here in the North Country plant their flowers and their gardens.
April 2015 continued a string of cooler and drier than normal weather, although not to the record setting levels of March, when both temperature and precipitation were at or near record setting low levels.
March 2015, for the second year in a row, was a very cold month with much less precipitation than 2014.
January 2015 made the phrase ”real Winter” a very appropriate way to describe a very cold January.
After a snowy and much colder than normal November, December 2014 was milder than normal with some bouts of rainy weather, not usually associated with Winter here in the North Country.
October 2014 was a pleasant Fall month with warmer than normal temperatures, but with a few colder days giving us a hint of things to come.
September 2014 was a very pleasant month with near normal temperatures and below normal rainfall.
August 2014 was a very cool month, which was great for sleeping, and a moist month, which was great for gardens.
July 2014 was a great Summer month here in the North Country, with temperatures mainly in the eighties and seventies.
June 2014 was a typical late Spring-early Summer month with normal temperatures and slightly above normal rainfall, which was mostly concentrated in only 3 days in the middle of the month.