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Re: Fl. in June?

What does rain look like??  I have forgotten!

On 5/19/05, Aplfgcnys@aol.com <Aplfgcnys@aol.com> wrote:
> The East coast isn't doing that this year.  It's terribly dry, and still
> quite cool.
> We had one hot day in early April, and it hasn't been above low 60s since, and
> very little rain.  I don't want to put out tender plants yet because I don't
> feel the
> ground is warmed up at all, and it's sp dry I would have to carry water.  It
> was
> 42 degrees here this morning. A really strange spring.
> Auralie -NY Z5
> In a message dated 05/19/2005 1:59:07 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> tchessie@comcast.net writes:
> Raining here in Sacramento too- although it has gotten progressively
> warmer throughout the day- was warmest around 7pm- so I assuming
> tomorrow we will have different weather.  It is weird though-  I never
> rains here this late in May and certainly not this much.  I'm sure my
> new tree is happy about this weather though- give it a chance to get
> settled in before the blazing heat comes!  Oh well- it just feels kind
> of like I live on the east coast again (except it is definitely warmer
> here- even with this crazy weather).
> Theresa
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