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Old 03-19-2010, 10:41 AM   #1361
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Old 03-19-2010, 05:05 PM   #1362
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Update...thunderstorms tonight and snow flurries tomorrow night.
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Update...thunderstorms tonight and snow flurries tomorrow night.
Did you move to NY and forget to tell me? Hmmmmmmm ??
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Did you move to NY and forget to tell me? Hmmmmmmm ??
Well now...since you mention it.....may I borrow a cup of sugar?
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Well now...since you mention it.....may I borrow a cup of sugar?
Sugar is on it's way over.

As an aside, methinks that the denizens of civilization should fear the day when we might occupy the same zip code, for whatever reason or time duration.
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Highs near 80 a few days ago. Today is in the upper 40's with severe thunderstorms and wednesday night/thursday morning we could get snow. Just a typical Wisconsin spring.
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North Dakota is having an early spring; most of the snow is gone and it has been in the 50s during the day and mid 30s at night for the last couple of weeks. We were due an early spring though, last year we had several days of snow in May.
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Was sunny in the 80's yesterday with a tornado and hail watch that never materialized. Tomorrow's forecast is for snow. I wish we had some variety
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Ah, yes, the weather remains awful, the Easter Parade was rained out, that is, it was a deluge. Sunny again, hat weather but a bit nippy.
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Man, the pollen was awful today. Couldn't putt without my eyes watering. You could see a yellow haze blowing across the golf course. Suppose to rain tonight, hope it pours.
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Man, the pollen was awful today. Couldn't putt without my eyes watering. You could see a yellow haze blowing across the golf course. Suppose to rain tonight, hope it pours.
Terrible here, too. And DH insists on sleeping with the windows open and the fan running. Yellow pollen is EVERYWHERE in our apartment. I am not even going to try and clean until it pours and the pollen season is over!
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Terrible here, too. And DH insists on sleeping with the windows open and the fan running. Yellow pollen is EVERYWHERE in our apartment. I am not even going to try and clean until it pours and the pollen season is over!
Wow, I've never noticed actually seeing pollen in the air or in the house. My daughter has allergies, maybe I should pay more attention to the color of my house dust. I don't have the windows open much tho.
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Teeny tiny crunchy leaf bud or seed coats are all over my back deck and yard right now. Pollen season is not far away. I'll be powerwashing that crud off in a few weeks in preparation for the annual deck floorboard staining touchup operation.
Today's forecasted thunderstorms should help blow a lot of that off the tree branches.
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It has been in the 80's all week here (definitely shorts weather). Today it might rain, or not. This weather is NOT awful!!!
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Wow, I've never noticed actually seeing pollen in the air or in the house. My daughter has allergies, maybe I should pay more attention to the color of my house dust. I don't have the windows open much tho.
Neither did I until we moved to the south. There is a yellow pollen season here every spring. I believe it is actually from pine trees (someone can correct me if I am wrong). When we first moved here, I walked out to my car and saw a yellow film covering it entirely. I didn't know what it was at first - thought someone had thrown some kind of crud all over my car...but then I saw it was EVERYWHERE!

Well, now we have had a great overnight storm and hopefully it has washed it all away! Now...to attack my yellow house...uggh.
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Neither did I until we moved to the south. There is a yellow pollen season here every spring. I believe it is actually from pine trees (someone can correct me if I am wrong). When we first moved here, I walked out to my car and saw a yellow film covering it entirely. I didn't know what it was at first - thought someone had thrown some kind of crud all over my car...but then I saw it was EVERYWHERE!
This is also very common in coastal PacNW. Ours is mainly from alders and willows. If we don't clean our cars often enough it really messes up the finish.

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Has been warm, possible frost tonight.
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