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Rare accumulating snow event

Posted by hardytropicalguy z6 SWMI (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 11, 10 at 18:41

Hey Southern gardeners please be safe in the upcoming winter snowstorm forecast in your area. Please please do snap some interesting pictures to share of your yards/gardens like spanish moss draped with snow and palms and tree yuccas with snowy leaves. This is a great opportunity for you to document and share this record breaking occurrence with your far north curiosity seeking neighbors such as myself :0) and to document this event here on gardenweb for 10 yrs from now when people are telling the remember that winter stories.
Get a hot chocolate a good book and keep warm


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RE: Rare accumulating snow event

It seems that every 10 years or so, there's a snow storm that hits south of I20. This one didn't quite make it to I 10. Rain across No FL was pretty cold, though.


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