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Re: Brrrr...

Nice here yesterday 61 F.  but today it's chilly, 43F, down as low as 17
tonight according to weather.com, but all the local reports say low 20s.
Then we should start a slow climb up again.  Today is windy too with winds
18-28 mph.  No hail or precip in sight.

If it doesn't go below 20, in-flower dafs are usually ok.  Of course, also
depends on precipitation.  I won't cover mine for what's been predicted.  If
they'd predicted teens, I might have thrown rose cones over a few select
bunches.  However, all my pots for the sale had been uncovered and showed
new growth, so I did cover them last night and will afgain tonight.  The
newly potted ones are staying in the FL room til this passes.  It gets just
as cold in there as outside, but no wind or precip. And possibly their
containers hold a bit of heat from the day.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bonnie & Bill Morgan" <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, April 04, 2004 12:58 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Brrrr...

> A small amount of hail this a.m. on my way to church this a.m. made me
> shiver a bit, but when I got home I heard that some places in Texas were
> getting massive quantities of much larger hail!  I hope none of you in
> were "beaten-down" by that weather event!  I also saw a news story about
> fires in Florida again.  Is it fire season already?  Hopefully none of you
> in Florida were impacted by the fires.  And I understand the ones in
> Colorado are getting under control from the same system bringing the
> "chillys" back to us in the mid-west.  Hope all is well out there too.
> Blessings,
> Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)
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