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RE: Re: weather

Looks like you could use a little snow.  Heck I can see the bottom of the
base of your birdbath, so it can't be all that deep.  As to temps and snow,
it seems to me the temp always rises before precipitation.  Then if rises
more still, the snow melts.  If it plummets after dropping the white stuff
it stays.  It usually rises a bit here, enough to melt most of it off and
then plummets so it's terribly cold with no snowcover to insulate the


> [Original Message]
> From: lindsey <lindsey@mallorn.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 2/15/2003 2:52:27 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] Re: weather
> Donna wrote:
> > So those to the east of me--- look out! Although it seems kinda
> > centralized, a small ruthless band. Just north of me, like 40 miles,
> > barely an inch and no ice :(  South of me is another story.....
> Yeah, tell me about it!  :)  I'm about 150 miles south of Donna, and
> they're predicting ten inches of snow by the day's end.
> Now, why we couldn't have that snow cover when it was so darned cold
> out is beyond me...
> Here's a quick snapshot out the window into part of the backyard:
>     http://www.mallorn.com/~lindsey/snowback.jpg
> Ignore the splotches and streaks; my windows are dirty.  :)
> Chris
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