The Weather Thread

danceronice

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Hot. REALLY HOT. For this time of year anyway. High of 83 predicted for today. I am now stuck between wanting to get garden things ready and reminding myself that it's only March and we could get a hard frost easily (or even more snow.) Still cleaned the raised beds (my narcissus are blooming!) and started breaking up the plot for the new bird n' butterfly bed. Must..not..unpot...blueberries...yet.
 

Sagitta

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A cold spell is upon us. Yesterday 40s, today 50. Well the forecast says 70 tomorrow, but then it si supposed to be highs of low 50s until Saturday, and only cross 60 again on Sunday! I guess this is the spring we never had?
 

Wannabee

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Recovering from another tornado outbreak in my neck of the woods.

Some hit at night (pretty rare) and while we in this part of the country are no strangers to tornados, night ones are especially dangerous. Several people lost their lives and many homes/businesses damaged or destroyed.

Feeling blessed that my friends/family are all ok.
 

Sagitta

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Has dried up I think...been having quite a few wet days. We need it as it has been dry this year, but it does mean that I am not outside as much, which I want to be. Planning on enjoying the sunny and dry day. :)
 

Sagitta

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Has dried up I think...been having quite a few wet days. We need it as it has been dry this year, but it does mean that I am not outside as much, which I want to be. Planning on enjoying the sunny and dry day. :)
And it became wet and cold once again. Yesterday it was 59 degrees Fahrenheit at 9:30pm at night! Highs were struggling to touch 80. Today is dry and supposed to break the 80 barrier so I'm hoping...
 

kckc

Active Member
WOOHOO!!!!!!!!!

Finally got some rain this morning (by rain I mean "very light showers") after 90+ days of no rain, or only sprinkles at best. It is a freakin' desert here, and by here I mean the center of the country where it would actually rain during a normal year (we are about 15" below average). They SAY we are going to get 1-2" later on tonight but I will believe it when I see or hear it.

Speaking of hurricanes, I once rode out a hurricane in Alabama across the
street from the beach. It had actually been downgraded to a tropical storm, but there really isn't much difference between a strong tropical storm and a weak hurricane. It was interesting to say the least.
 

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