How is your weather?


#3023

We started the New Year with 66°F at midnight, been rising ever since. Now at 74°F at 2:30…and yes, it is still raining::cry:

TFN


#3024

Wow.


#3025

We hit 81 in Tifton, GA. This doesn’t help my apples and pears that still haven’t dropped their leaves.


#3026

My apple trees look like they are ready to break bud and still haven’t dropped their leaves.

TFN


#3027

I have carrots in the ground about ready to pick. My trees seem to all be trying to decide whether to go dormant or bud. I was about to go about pruning but am concerned to do it now. It appears it will cool here in a few weeks. I’m thinking I will then.


#3028

My apples have given up on being deciduous.


#3029

Wettest year on record for: Wilmington DE/NC, Pittsburgh, Reading, York, State College, Scranton, Baltimore, Louisville, Lexington, Atlantic City, Columbus, Raleigh, Asheville, Boone, DC, New Bern, Elizabeth City, Roanoke, Wheeling, Charleston, Danville, Lynchburg, Greensboro, Elimira, Green Bay, Sioux Falls, Mason City, Waterloo…

Hopefully it drowned some pests.


#3030

Definitely feelin’ it. Got 1 large and 2 small dehumidifiers for the house. I had to keep the windows shut even when it was nice due the moisture this year. Never had so much mildew show up - would not have been so bad w/o air-conditioning b/c moisture condensed on the cool surfaces which created the mildew. Did lots more laundry and house cleaning to keep up with it. We usually have abundant moisture but this year was kinda over the top. Each year has it challenges that we are not prepared for, but hopefully now we’ll stay a little drier on the inside, at least.


#3031

Pests sure aren’t going to freeze


#3032

Thermometer has been pegged at 24F all day. This is our second episode of freezing fog in the last week. Pictures don’t quite capture the full effect. A steady east wind built up the ice crystals all on one side of objects,

The next to last picture is my pecan tree. It’s about 40ft tall and still has about 100 lbs of pecans hanging in the tree. Can’t see them for the frost.


#3033

Very pretty Steve. We are in the 40s for the next week or so. I have a feeling it is going to be an early Spring with some late Frost.


#3034

That’s almost a sure bet here. We’ve already had way more cold than all of last winter. It can’t stay like this until March or April. Never does. In fact it’s going to be 70 by Friday.


#3035

Great pics! Thanks for sharing


#3036

We have got all the rain that our friends in California are missing, and they have all the warmth and sun that we miss… I bet @Richard would love to trade some of his sun for some of our chilling hours :blush:


#3037

So beautiful - if treacherous


#3038

looks like the hoar frost we get on real cold winter nights.


#3039

Coldest morning of the year for us. 28F Brrrr.


#3040

It reached 40° predawn here, but a few miles inland in Escondido it reached 27°.


#3041

Wow, that is beautiful. Game of Thrones wire fence! Thanks for the pics!


#3042


Still raining :unamused::cry: Trees waking up.

TFN