Overall the season has been slow because the temperatures have not been the best for the sap to run.
Some days it has been too warm, others it has been too cold. The sugar content was high at the beginning of the season, which makes for fewer gallons needed to boil for a gallon of syrup (40 gallons sap to one gallon of syrup). It dipped lower for a bit, but is back up now.
We saw Miller moths last week, which the old timers would say means we only have one week left of sugaring. Based on this week's forecast, we suspect that they were right.