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OT: weather

It's 50F, raining and feels 30F.  The weather is making me nervous.  This
fits the old wives tale of an Easter spell.  36F predicted overnight on
Monday.  Our forecaster miss by 10F quite often - and always in the wrong
direction.  But if it is this cold this far down in the southwest, what is
happening north of here?  It can't be good.  I hope not too many in the
affected area are too far along in your iris beds re stalk and bud
formation.  I think my plants must have been suspicious.  Normally I would
be in peak bloom now and next week and the TBs are really only starting.
The leafspot has reared its ugly head again.  Sigh.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

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