Talked to my nephew in ND yesterday; he said that everybody was ready to go into the fields but were holding off waiting for another blast of cold weather. He said that the forecast was for light snow showers on Sunday.
It was down to 53 this morning in the desert, but will hit high 80's this afternoon and into the 90's tomorrow.
Here we go again, Low temp this morning at 36, but the wind kept the frost from forming.
Supposed to be the same tomorrow morning. At least it's more normal than the warm temps that we've had all year.
My brother and I are sharing a garden spot this year, and Friday he talked me into putting out some tomato plants,
after we planted our root crops that we wanted. I might get some mason jars and cover them before dark today just to be sure.
I think it got down to 38 this morning, but I wasnt paying much attention to the weatherman today. I know the peach farmers were complaining, not about the cold snap, but about the early warm up. Said it causes them not to produce right or something, and this cold snap is going to do them in!
No frost here either. We put sheets over plants just to be careful. This afternoon looking out the window the sun is shinng brightly. It looks warm till you step outside. The wind is coming from the north at 25-30 mph.
She looks more threatening to me as she has begun taking a more westward tract. I do not wish a hurricane's fury on anyone. We are under a state of emergency which for now relaxes regulations regarding what and how supplies can be transported to prepare for the storm. Farmers have been urged...
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