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Lovely day today after 3 days of wind and turmoil. While walking Billy I heard a mocking bird say "good job good job good job" several times!
Actually, I think the bird was saying "good dog good dog good dog". Our dog had surgery and is having to do her business on a short leash. We keep encouraging her by saying " good dog good dog"
 
Snowing today. lol Cause it's Alberta... I'm not complaining, it's still moisture. We need it. Snow is fair game through May long weekend. It usually quits after that. This snow won't stay. I'm sure it will be melted in by tomorrow.
 
We had a week of beautiful days in the 70tys very little wind. Now that the weekend is here the winds are back at possible gusts of 40- 45 mph advisory lasting into next week and temps can drop 10 to 20 degrees. That's spring for you.
 
We had a week of beautiful days in the 70tys very little wind. Now that the weekend is here the winds are back at possible gusts of 40- 45 mph advisory lasting into next week and temps can drop 10 to 20 degrees. That's spring for you.
Oh yeah. 87 one day and high of 65 today. Coat on, coat off!
 
It's been drizzling all day today and in the mid 40's. Yuck! I've still got my wood stove going and it's May! Yesterday was sunny and almost 70. I'm trying to decide whether or not to start planting my vegetable garden, but every time I think I may start planting, the temp's go back down into the danger zone.
 
Sounds like us 1roadtoad! We have had a very similar pattern of weather with today heading to the 60’s and sunny and tomorrow raining and chilly.

We don’t plant a garden other than grow boxes hubby bought last year for the deck. They worked well and I was surprised how many vegetables they grew!
 
After weeks of precipitation rain/sprinkles/misty….it looks like Minnesota may have three straight days of dry weather - mostly- beginning on Tuesday. The first time in a month we will have had three dry days.

Lots of flooded areas in this state and crops either not planted or under water. We are fine but saturated and our neighbor hasn’t been able to get in his soybeans and probably won’t at this point.
 
After weeks of precipitation rain/sprinkles/misty….it looks like Minnesota may have three straight days of dry weather - mostly- beginning on Tuesday. The first time in a month we will have had three dry days.

Lots of flooded areas in this state and crops either not planted or under water. We are fine but saturated and our neighbor hasn’t been able to get in his soybeans and probably won’t at this point.
That weather is not good for the farmers. I would like to share some of our dry weather. We are predicted at 105 today.
 
We haven't had it too bad here in sw Oklahoma so far. Over 100 a few times, but that is pretty normal. The humidity seems really high now, which makes it uncomfortable to be outdoors, even when the temperature isn't that bad. Harvest is over here. Bumper crop this year! I think a bushel of wheat should be the same price as a barrel of oil.
 
Not sure the conversion but it was 32 Celsius yesterday and today will be about the same. Haying is happening like crazy everywhere right now though. So thankful for that! We had a nice, wet spring and really made up for the lack of snow we'd had over the winter. Now we're getting the heat so hay can get dry and baled, while other crops get the heat to grow. Thunderstorms set to start tomorrow night, I believe.
I'm planning to attend a horse show on Saturday with my 2-year-old colt but I won't take him if it's thundering. I don't mind the rain because the show is inside, but not interested in hauling in lightening...
 
Not sure the conversion but it was 32 Celsius yesterday and today will be about the same. Haying is happening like crazy everywhere right now though. So thankful for that! We had a nice, wet spring and really made up for the lack of snow we'd had over the winter. Now we're getting the heat so hay can get dry and baled, while other crops get the heat to grow. Thunderstorms set to start tomorrow night, I believe.
I'm planning to attend a horse show on Saturday with my 2-year-old colt but I won't take him if it's thundering. I don't mind the rain because the show is inside, but not interested in hauling in lightening...
I hope the storm holds off until Sunday. Be safe
 

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