How is your weather?


#7487

I saw some tornados too…


#7488

Yes,I think my friend got micro burst


#7489

So i ripped out the majority of my broccoli/cauliflower plants a few months ago but left 2 going because one was starting to head up and one was just massive… well it paid off because they both made nice heads. I think one is cheddar and one is just some white variety. I planted these things last April… I think planting them late spring might work better and hope they don’t try to bolt over summer (none of mine did). Taste is great (tried the white variety).

40Fs and sunshine today. Over 1.5 inches or rain fell yesterday/little bit of snow last night. More rain tomorrow…temps stay in the 40Fs.


#7490

Nice looking veggies…!!


#7491

Miss your comments!


#7492


@FOX46News

CLOSE CALL! A bridge in Alexander County collapsed live on-air. Flooding rains have brought dangerous conditions across the western Carolinas. Please stay safe, everyone!

@AmberFOX46


#7493

Yikes! Shouldn’t nobody have been on that!


#7494

STATE OF EMERGENCY: Dozens of people have been rescued and some are still missing after dangerous #flooding swept North Carolina.
https://twitter.com/WeatherNation/status/1326993671581880320


#7495

I did a big project in Alexander Co., NC in 2012…duh.


#7496

This is terrible…

Yikes! The heavy moisture coming into the East today caused many images like this. #Sinkholes continue to be discovered as the rain totals rise. #ncwx
https://twitter.com/WeatherNation/status/1327083765777063937

USA – Deadly Flash Floods in North Carolina
13 November, 2020 by Richard Davies

Around 250mm (9 inches) of rain fell in 48 hours in parts of North Carolina, causing deadly flash flooding.
Severe flash flooding was reported across North Carolina, inparticular in Alexander, Wake and Iredell Counties

and areas of Charlotte. North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) said “the rain caused hundreds

of road closures, a few interstate shutdowns and some bridge washouts.”

At least 3 people died and 31 were rescued after a flash floods swept through a camping ground near the South

Yadkin River in Alexander County. Three other people are thought to be still missing. In a separate incident, 1 person

died in Alexander County when flood waters destroyed a bridge. The South Yadkin River at Mocksville jumped from 3.5

feet early on 11 November to 24.57 feet early 13 November, beating the previous record high of 22.6 feet set in 1929 .


#7497

It’s a balmy 4 degrees here this morning


#7498

don’t send it east! :wink:


#7499

Thanks. I’ll say the white cauliflower (imo) is better the the yellow, but they are similar in most ways. I froze about half after eating it the past few days. I’ll try again next year as a fall crop. Spring is just too unpredictable.

Cold/cloudy today…light rain.

Looks nicer next week. Sun comes back, should move into the 50Fs.


#7500

Wow…we stuck right around freezing all night. Hopefully we get a nice mild spell next week.–wait the night before we had 23F… i think that is one of the coldest yet this season.


#7501

I gave up a couple years ago trying to grow cauliflower as a spring crop


#7502

BREAKING: #Iota strengthens to a dangerous Category 5, major #hurricane with winds up to 160 mph. Devastating impacts are expected in recently hit Nicaragua and Honduras.


#7503

surprise! woke up to 8in. of white stuff this morning.


#7504

That one looks wicked.


#7505

1:00 PM EST Mon Nov 16
Location: 13.5°N 82.3°W
Moving: W at 9 mph
Min pressure: 918 mb
Max sustained: 160 mph


#7506

those poor people down there! as that thing hits into those mountain ranges the flooding is going to be catastrophic!