4:00pm Monday, May 30, 2016 Bonnie is no longer a tropical system, but the moisture will linger for the next several days. We will continue to see scattered showers and thunderstorms, and some will contain heavy rain, but widespread heavy rain is not expected. The tropical storm did bring much needed rain to our part of the Carolinas. Three day rainfall from Tropical Storm Bonnie averaged 1-2 inches of rain in our area. Some places saw up to 3″, some less than 1/2″. 3 day rainfall from Tropical Storm Bonnie 11:00am Monday, May 30, 2016 Bonnie has dissipated,…
The wet weather continues right into the weekend.
A Weather Alert Day has been issued for today, May 13.
A few days of cooler temperatures, then a big warm up for the weekend.
This year’s peas are looking good.
Every year the hurricane committee at the World Meteorological Organization studies the tropical storms from the previous season and decides…
A big warm-up is on the way!
The cold last weekend threw off my whole planting schedule, and I have been scrambling to get plants in the ground since then.
The up-and-down temperature swings continue for the next few weeks.
I have started planting, but will wait on the more sensitive plants
Pollen levels are high again today but a break is on the way
We will be close to record high temperatures over the next two days.
The extended forecast remains well above average as we watch for rain this weekend.
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The October flood was the last straw, I needed to raise my garden.