This is a discussion on So how's your weather? within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by paulag1955 Yes, they were able to return home the next morning and all was well, thankfully. For an idea of how bad ...
Here in PA we’ve been having blood-red sunrises daily. While not unheard of, lately it seems to be a daily occurrence. I’m thinking it’s caused from smoke high in the atmosphere from the west coast fires.
I spent yesterday cleaning & washing out my buckets, and water tanks used for rain catchment in anticipation of rain. Even sprayed off the shed coop/greenhouse roof of any dirt, ash & debris from over the summer. All cleaned & ready to go to start refilling the tank. Right????
We did get some decent rain sometime overnight & this morning but when I went to check the collections, the water was BLACK. So I can only assume that was from the smoke still in the air.
Well, looks like another storm in the gulf. Go figure.
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We had frost this morning at 0600. Bit of a surprise but not uncommon. I had already started winterizing the pool yesterday.
New life as a house husband, major shift in duties.
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After reading this Obama said I am on it.
The sun is bright here, and the sky is blue. I figured it was going to be warm--that is, until I walked outside to get the morning newspaper! Yikes, it was cold. I'm hoping the temperature changes a bit after the noon hour. My wife and I have been walking more, I hope this late summer holds a bit longer.
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Frost last nite here in the PA mountains. It killed off my sweet potato plants. Tomatoes were damaged but not killed off. But they are calling for cold weather the next several nites so we are not safe just yet.