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1st day of Spring :)

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Carol Dee, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. Mar 20, 2017
    Carol Dee

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    Ridgerunner

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    if I were still working it would be tempting to call in sick with a fever today, Spring Fever.
     
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    canesisters

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    Smart Red

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    It certainly is a spring fever type of day here in south-est, central-est Wisconsin! It's a sunny 60 degrees.
     
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    ducks4you

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    You can tell--T-Storms!!!! :hide QUICK!!!---H I D E!!!!!!!! :barnie
     
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    Ridgerunner

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    It's 85 here right now, bright and sunny. I just came in from working in the garden. Can you believe it's possible to work up a sweat in March? To be honest, I'm not used to that.
     
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    digitS'

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    I saw crocus buds ..

    . in some sunny locations, while ..

    . out and about, today!

    digitS' :D
     
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    buckabucka

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    Spring skiing after school!
     
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    jackb

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    It makes little difference here, still frozen solid. Tomorrow's high will be a balmy 26 degrees.
     
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    digitS'

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    Here's a difference.

    At 8" down in the soil and according to Washington State U, the ag sites never had any of their locations at below 30°f this winter ..!

    Lots of snow made lots of insulation. At 4', we figure it's 55° year around and 32° water from the melting snow took the frost right out of the ground. Doesn't always work that way, here. Too often, we have lots of sub-freezing weather with little or no snow cover.

    Steve
    expecting to see lawn violets, soon
     
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