If you haven’t already, it’s time to make those weekend plans….and may I suggest making them outdoors. We’ll wrap up the work week on a cooler note but thankfully the cooler temperatures are going to be short lived. Thursday and Friday will see partly sunny skies, a slight chance for a spotty shower or two and below average temperatures. This is all thanks to another cold front moving through the area on Thursday. The best rain chances are going to be along the Border Belt and further to the north. An area of low pressure associated with the cold front…
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.
Improvements to NHC forecast products
The October flood was the last straw, I needed to raise my garden.
The winter garden is starting to grow a bit faster
The main threat with these storms will be damaging wind gusts over 60mph. There will also be a chance for large hail and tornadoes.
With the warmer weather this week I have had a chance to get out in the garden.