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Re: Late thaw

We've had a very cold snap up in Alberta this week. It went from 55-70 during the day over the last couple of weeks to around 17 degrees (F.) during the day for the last 4 days. It's been going down to about 5 degrees at night and we got about a foot of snow-less than predicted actually. If it hadn't been so warm, it wouldn't be so bad, but everything was really growing....
Ann Conway
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Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 12:22 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Late thaw

Same here, we are above Sacramento and were have never been hit by frost this last in the year.

Here near the ocean no frost but VERY cold wind.  Near Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo, CA.

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