How is your weather?


#5984

High of 86. Low of 66. It’s mildly hot but feels pleasant, overall.


#5985

Made it to 13F

After next weeks cold weds-fri… that might be about it for the cold stuff.


#5986

Please, yes yes yes!!


#5987

Good. That’s an optimistic note.

But right now it’s 14 here…and that is the lowest since early in 2019 here.
Forecast was for 19.

Normal low is zero to 5 below zero each winter.

Some new apple tree leaves ,(under 3/4 inch) …probably will get blackened…unless they are tougher than I would think.

One more tumble into upper teens late next week in the forecast. After that…who knows, if we’ll have winter in March since we didn’t have much in January.

*And…I got all apple trees on M111 rootstocks put in where warm or moved to larger container…past three winters lost several trees on M111 on late-season freezes in containers. (Of course, it’s the Budagovsky and crab apple roots that have the leaves for the most part). I’ll be optimistic that it works this time and none are killed because they have broken dormancy in pots.


#5988

Winds blew hard here all night …up to 20F now…

The cold next week is just a repeat of what just happened…A piece of the cold will break away from the Yukon and dive southeast across Canada down into the plains/midwest/lakes into the southeast… we’ll go from 30Fs right down to the negative teens …


You can see the very negative anomalies moving across the south and southeast next friday quickly replaced by a much warmer airmass… next shot of chill after that one looks aimed at California/southwest.

That should be it for subzeros for the year around my yard. Rest of Feb looks mild…and subzero in March is rare…especially after the first week.

Maybe we’ll get a repeat of March 2012 when summer shows up months early.


#5989

I remember that well. Wearing shorts and t shirts on St. Paddy’s day and getting sunburned. While that was pleasant, I’d just as soon have a normal (cold, late) spring.


#5990

I’ll have ot dig some and see what the spring outlook looks like…i highly doubt any prolonged heatwave.

I do remember that March to the following fall…we had like 8 months of warmth…i was ready for cooler weather after that.

201203-2012031


#5991

That was the year I had lilacs reblooming in late August/early September. It was a weird year for sure.


#5992

Most of the area was 16F above avg for the month…

Looks like some very strong winds over the Atlantic… anyone heading to Europe on an airplane is going to make excellent time.


#5993

More snow on the way…

Sitting at about 33.5 inches of snow for the winter… so slowly making it to our seasonal avg. of 43 inches…

Cold looks to move in Tues now and out of here Thurs…


#5994

Nothing near your cold warmwx… But… Still a cool snap for us and will need the heater a bit at night…


#5995

That is what moves thru here midweek…although the core of the cold looks more aimed at the NE… Looks awfully chilly into New England…


#5996

ouch! thats gonna hurt!


#5997

At least we got one day of the winter into negative temps.


#5998

So a trip out to the orchard today to look at our peaches reveals what everyone has been saying…it has been a much milder winter overall…at least that’s what the peach buds are saying.


#5999

-2F… should go into the negative teens tomorrow morning… hopefully that is it for subzero… Another cold shot should come thru the last few days of Feb…so maybe another subzero shot then…but i do think we’ll start to really eat away at this snow with temps going into the 40Fs…so th at should help moderate temps. …should have a good 5 days straight of some mild temps starting Frida.y…


#6000

It’s nasty windy and cold here tonight.


#6001

30f this morning , -5f now. -15f by tom. morning.


#6002

-16 last night, -19 tonight. -30 windchill tomorrow.

May have a few days in the low 30s by the weekend. That’ll be nice


#6003

same here. mid 30’s all weekend and almost 40f mon! almost t-shirt weather!