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A foot of snow expected in the Cypress Hills!!?

Posted by drhorticulture_ Z3 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 5, 09 at 21:54

Who else is sick of this mini Ice Age? I still have half my veggies under plastic. Calgary and Lethbridge are getting snow too.
On the flip side, the broccoli is doing well.


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RE: A foot of snow expected in the Cypress Hills!!?

Snowing pretty good here. Accumulating too. Sigh.


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RE: A foot of snow expected in the Cypress Hills!!?

And to think I put some hot peppers in the garden last week. Hmmm...it will be interesting to see if they bounce back from snow :)


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RE: A foot of snow expected in the Cypress Hills!!?

SICK and TIRED for darn sure here also! Was great to see the bit of rain yesterday and into the night, but yet again was another chilly morning. Had warmed up somewhat and was almost pleasant out there, but now the clouds have rolled in and I had gotten chased into the house by that nip in the air.

This has been the COOLEST spring I can recall ... heck, I STILL have not yet set out my bedding plants (other than the tomatoes that are under cover). I guess I'll start on Monday.

Terry


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RE: A foot of snow expected in the Cypress Hills!!?

This is the first time in 30 years it's snowed in June in Calgary.

Where's that global warming? I was looking forward to living in a tropical paradise without even moving.


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RE: A foot of snow expected in the Cypress Hills!!?

Right about now, i'd settle for normal, let alone tropical!


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