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Hello everyone!

I've been posting weather forecasts on forecasterjack.com since 2011. Since that time, the page has grown from a place to ramble about something 11-year-old me was casually interested in, to a dependable source of weather information for Western Maine and New Hampshire. Each morning, I work to bring you the most reliable forecast I can, communicated clearly and concisely. That takes effort on my part, and that effort is something I've been more than happy to put in.

That being said, I'm heading off to college at Cornell University this fall, and the workload associated with that education will mean I have to be a little more selective about what I choose to spend my limited time and energy on. That doesn't mean that forecasterjack will be an impossible lift, but instead that to make it viable, it's going to be important to get something out of it. Getting up an extra half hour-hour early to forecast weather a few hundred miles away for free isn't something I'm going to be able to do. But if a few folks each pitch in a few bucks, and continuing to post means having enough spare change to buy my friends and me pizza on a Friday night, or put gas in the car to get to the ski mountain on a Saturday? That's a tradeoff I'd be happy to make. 
Hello everyone!

I've been posting weather forecasts on forecasterjack.com since 2011. Since that time, the page has grown from a place to ramble about something 11-year-old me was casually interested in, to a dependable source of weather information for Western Maine and New Hampshire. Each morning, I work to bring you the most reliable forecast I can, communicated clearly and concisely. That takes effort on my part, and that effort is something I've been more than happy to put in.

That being said, I'm heading off to college at Cornell University this fall, and the workload associated with that education will mean I have to be a little more selective about what I choose to spend my limited time and energy on. That doesn't mean that forecasterjack will be an impossible lift, but instead that to make it viable, it's going to be important to get something out of it. Getting up an extra half hour-hour early to forecast weather a few hundred miles away for free isn't something I'm going to be able to do. But if a few folks each pitch in a few bucks, and continuing to post means having enough spare change to buy my friends and me pizza on a Friday night, or put gas in the car to get to the ski mountain on a Saturday? That's a tradeoff I'd be happy to make. 

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