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Re: More odd weather

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Mike (WA)

04-30-2013 10:32:27

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We've had a couple days in western Washington when it got to 70, but not much above. Nights still flirting with freezing. In the 40's and raw wind blowing at grandson's little league game yesterday- Ma and I didn't make it to the end, went home and thawed out.

Local radio weatherman predicting more cold, with an interesting comment- "Long-time average last frost day here is April 27, but with global cooling beginning, we may have to revise that date into May." Weatherman Dean ain't drinkin' the Koolaid.

Garden should be dry enough to till, need to do that to get black soil exposed so it warms up some.

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04-30-2013 16:32:59

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 Re: More odd weather in reply to Mike (WA), 04-30-2013 10:32:27  
I'll tell you what,I've always turned the bulls out Fourth of July so we start calving around April 10 or so. No more! With the nightmare that these cold springs are getting to be,I don't want anything on the ground before the last week in April. If that fails,I'm going to the first week of May.

The 1998 Farmers Almanac said that the next 20 years (from then) would be cold and wet because of the shrinking and cooling cycle of the sun. They said the oceans cool so much slower than the land and air that the relatively warmer water would cause cold and wet springs til the oceans cooled in realtion to the land. So far,they haven't been wrong.

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