Cold rain and snow? Here comes sunshine?
What's Mother Nature up to at your house?
And the plants on the deck are beaming beautifully. September is often not thought of as a beach month but it serves that purpose admirably with it's lack of crowds, out-of-season prices and, occasionally, long stretches of beautiful weather.
Today would have been a pick day for cropping.
Had record warmth yesterday -- 94 degrees Fahrenheit, an all-time record for the State. It might be the last year to experience the state as it was before the last ice age.
ay-yi-yi. All good thoughts to the folks there.
Yes, it does...
to finally have wind chills in the upper 70's and to be able to open the windows and watch the curtains dance with the wind once again. The new leaves along with the seemingly endless shades of green everywhere do wonders for the spirit.
It was a long end to the winter this year in the northeast but spring and greenery en masse (along with pollen) have sprung! It is a true joy each year to watch people get out about with the business of planting in the garden. Hope you don't have allergies...
@ 3pm today in the northeast.
Is making a mess east of the Rockies, dumping heavy snow in KC and St. Louis and making a mess in Denver. Think we'd be used to it by now. Tomorrow the east coast gets it. It's been a bold March so far but that won't stop me from getting the snow tires off the car.
15 degrees this morning with a half foot of snow in the coffee state (Vt., Green Mtn. Brand). March is always problematic. In like a lion, out like a lamb. Better than last year when temps in the 80s heralded in an unseasonably hot summer preceded by a tornado season to be reckoned with. Let's hope all lives are spared the funnel tube menace this year.
WHERE THE HELL ART THOU?! 14F and blowin' snow here in the cheese belt.