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Re: nor'easter

We may not have as many plants to care for if this crazy weather doesn't
go back to normal. But it is much better than the weather those in the
path of the noreaster are having.

Hope everyone reports in after the storm moves past them. 


----- Original Message ----

The worst of it is that, if we don't get out there and do things within a 
very short window of opportunity, the next thing you know it is 90 degrees, 
too hot to accomplish much. Today's high will be in 40s.  Forecasters are 
calling for a high near 60 on Tuesday so maybe I can get that afternoon off 

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- 
> Everything is still covered in a thin layer of snow this morning, but the
> sky is a pretty blue and the birds are scurrying all over the place.
> Glad it's passed for you, Kitty.  It's 39 degrees and pouring here.  The
> weather forecase shows rain straight through Thursday, with a high for
> the week of 45 degrees that day.  How can I get gardening done in
> that mess?
> Auralie

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