Today was a low of 34 and high of 50 - cloudy and foggy all day. Despite the weather Jim turned on the vacuum at Harmons at 10:30AM before he went to the doctor for his Bell’s Palsy checkup. By 7pm there was 1700 gallons of sap in the tanks so it turned out to be a decent sap day. Rain is supposed to start at midnite and continue for the weekend. Usually when the rain starts the sap stops. This should get the remaining frost out of the ground. A large storm is forecast mid next week with 5 days of freezing weather after the storm. Jim says that fellow sapper Roger Gilles believes his woods is done running. When he turned on the vacuum this AM there was no sap.