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This time, it's a single overnight drop to 42°F (worst case, upper 30's and frost), then back up to overnight temps in the 50's -- average that is supposed to last until at least the end of this month.

This kind of transition weather is the worst. Do I bring all the container plants in or leave them out? I've moved some things closer/close to the house and covered, albeit with light protection only. Most everything in-ground is too big to cover so it's live or die. :?

It's already 43°F out in the open -- I ventured outside and covered a few more things I'd already brought to the patio for protection where it is currently 47°F. :| The moon was gorgeous in the chilly sky -- I didn't even need to turn any lights on. :D
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applestar wrote:This time, it's a single overnight drop to 42°F (worst case, upper 30's and frost), then back up to overnight temps in the 50's -- average that is supposed to last until at least the end of this month.

This kind of transition weather is the worst. Do I bring all the container plants in or leave them out? I've moved some things closer/close to the house and covered, albeit with light protection only. Most everything in-ground is too big to cover so it's live or die. :?

It's already 43°F out in the open -- I ventured outside and covered a few more things I'd already brought to the patio for protection where it is currently 47°F. :| The moon was gorgeous in the chilly sky -- I didn't even need to turn any lights on. :D

Oh my goodness, I'm envious. It was close to 92 today with no rain and high humidity. I worked in the garden for an hour today pulling weeds and setting up the sprinkler and was soaking wet when I got done. I see no real relief in sight anytime soon and the lowest we can expect for the next 10 days is in the low 80's during the day and in the low 70's at night.


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definitely more autumnal here. highs in the upper 60's to mid 70’s, lows in the upper 40's but mostly mid-50's...looks like it'll be about like this until next month at least. hoping frost holds off as long as possible, as usual. got a lot of yacon in the ground i want to get big, and lot of hot peppers i want to ripen.

currently 131 days since the last spring frost up at the yacon patch.

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It is in the low 80's in the day and close to 70 at night. It is cooler than it has been in years. Typically August and September are the hottest months. It is good news since most of the hurricanes also come at this time of the year and cooler water and brisk trades will keep them away (knock, knock) There has been a few brief showers but nothing really big. I still have to water.
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^yeah, our summer of endless rain has ended, it seems. i've been watering a fair amount the last couple weeks.

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:eek: Worse than I feared -- 37°F according to official temp :eek:

...getting ready to go outside and check things out... :(
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Next ten days 65* day 49* Night.

We have had two rain showers this month, not sure but something like .75 of an inch.

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After a nasty dust storm to start the week, we may have finally reached: The Big Cool Down.

Two record highs last week that were in the 90's after many days like that thru mid-summer. The little bit of rain that followed all the wind was not quite enuf to wash the dust off of things. Monday, it didn't warm above 60°f until afternoon!

It is now breezy and 49° this morning with a promised high of 65°. It really should be okay and there's another 80° predicted for Friday. After that, we'd better be happy with 70's.

It could be much worse. A town in the Columbia Basin about 100 miles away had 90's for 5 days last week, including a record 99°. Then, the dust rolled over them. They got a good washing however, power outages, lightening strikes, high winds and toppled trees! Their local newspaper called it a "blast" but I don't think they meant as in fun . . .

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Dark right now.
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Tom,

How about . .

. now?

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Alright, alright, cut it out! :lol:

...speaking of "dark" -- because of the shifting sunrise in the compass direction and the elevation in the sun's arc, some of my garden beds are becoming "part sun" and "part shade" instead of full sun. Soon, some of them will be in full shade until spring.

- The shadow of the house has been creeping up on the Spiral Garden for a while now, but now it covers the whole thing, though it still gets a few hours of sun in mid-day and a few sunset shafts of sunlight between trees.
- the "noonday shade" area where I was keeping my container plants are in FULL shade now with no direct sun at all. I had to move the containers that are staying outside for a little while longer to sunnier parts of the garden.

It's a good idea to track shadows and shades through the seasons if your garden is not out in the open. I have a color coded (background cell color) spreadsheet chart that maps the sun exposure for all my garden beds for that purpose.
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High in the upper 80s, torrential downpours associated with an upper level low for the last 5 days. Finally today some drier air, but it poured last night. And I have small seedlings, hundreds of them sitting in boxes on my patio with not enough light because until this morning I didn't dare take em outside. :cry:
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I posted earlier that we've already received a hard frost and another hard frost last night. It's suppose to start warming up next week with some showers.
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We just went from a 120 day season to 100 day.. Early sub zero weather BOOOOOO just one night and the rest we are good :(
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I was down cutting wood when it started to pour out, by the time I got back to the house I was soaked.
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Lots of rain in the deep south today. I'm not sure how much we got measured in inches, but I do know my garden was so flooded only the crowns of the rows were showing for a while.

I just wish the temperatures would drop 15 or so degrees overall. I'd love some low 60's at night right about now.

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On my, woke up and went out on the back porch with that first cup of coffee and it's 68 degrees and overcast. The coolest it's been since last spring, and a much welcome sight to see sub 70 temps once again. I hope this is a sign of things to come and the heat of summer finally gone for another 8 months or so.

Can it be? One can only hope. :-() :-()

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Twice this weekend I was down a ways on our land cutting and splitting fire wood, when it poured on me. The first time it came down so hard, even under big trees I got wet, so I packed up my saws and jumped onto the tractor, by the time I got to the house I was 100% wet. It looks like the Oregon Rain Festival has started.
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Been a roller coaster here. Summer was pretty consistent but last month has been weird. Weekend before last was 90s but the very next day it dropped to the 60s. Now we are cold. No frost yet (keeping fingers crossed). End of week will be mid 70s.

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I got snowed on at work yesterday. luckily I was 400km away from my house and at high elevation!

the indoor grow room is up and running ;)
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sunflower13 wrote:Been a roller coaster here. Summer was pretty consistent but last month has been weird. Weekend before last was 90s but the very next day it dropped to the 60s. Now we are cold. No frost yet (keeping fingers crossed). End of week will be mid 70s.
And now the Weather Service says it's not gonna happen, Sunflower13.

Rain & cold. We are skidding, almost out of control :wink: !

The days of record-high temperatures in the 90's just 2 weeks ago, seem distant. It didn't make it to 60°f yesterday. The WS tells us that it was the first day with such a cool afternoon since June 21st. Honestly, that tells you more about our Junes than late September here in the inland NW, yes?

The recent storm spun into western Montana and into Canada; where it came back south again. This morning, that storm is hitting the eastside of the Cascades. It is good, I suppose. Not terrible rain and it was the Cascades' eastside where the terrible fires were this summer.

Tomorrow morning, the thermometer will drop to the 30's, we are told. (Some locations in the 30's this morning!) Last time with those cold morning lows: May 24th.

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sunflower13 wrote:Been a roller coaster here. Summer was pretty consistent but last month has been weird. Weekend before last was 90s but the very next day it dropped to the 60s. Now we are cold. No frost yet (keeping fingers crossed). End of week will be mid 70s.
And now the Weather Service says it's not gonna happen, Sunflower13.

Rain & cold. We are skidding, almost out of control :wink: !

The days of record-high temperatures in the 90's just 2 weeks ago, seem distant. It didn't make it to 60°f yesterday. The WS tells us that it was the first day with such a cool afternoon since June 21st. Honestly, that tells you more about our Junes than late September here in the inland NW, yes?

The recent storm spun into western Montana and into Canada; where it came back south again. This morning, that storm is hitting the eastside of the Cascades. It is good, I suppose. Not terrible rain and it was the Cascades' eastside where the terrible fires were this summer.

Tomorrow morning, the thermometer will drop to the 30's, we are told. (Some locations in the 30's this morning!) Last time with those cold morning lows: May 24th.

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We were cheated ;). Even though we haven't had a frost since May, the weather we have now is the weather we had in April, May and most of June. My warm weather crops were severely stunted and almost didn't produce in time with the bizarre weather patterns. 60s and rain in June with record high heats at the end of June stunted most plants. Septembers for the past 3-4 years have been warmer and one year I picked fall raspberries around Halloween (believe in 2010) so if this area will cheat almost all of June from me, then I expect it to give me a nice September :D. But with our winters being very mild, we probably need the rain to make up for the missing snow in town. When I was a kid, snow was a part of winter but now we can go days without snow and then get dumped on. Wonder what winter will have in store for us!
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Today, Wet and miserable

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DoubleDogFarm wrote:Today, Wet and miserable

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So sorry! I guess it must be a Washington thing; we are too :(. I could handle a four month summer or longer :).

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Sunny and warm right now, but it's going to break loose this weekend with the tropical storm in the Gulf heading our way. They are saying up to 10 inches of rain possible by Sunday night and winds in the 60-70 mph range. Nowhere near Hurricane level, but still a lot of water for the sewer system to handle in that short a time since N.O. is pretty much a bowl.

If all goes like it has in the past, even that amount of wind will likely knock out power for a lot of the area, especially in areas like mine with tons of huge oak trees lining the avenues. Oh well, can't complain since we've pretty much dodged big storms since Katrina in 05-------and hope this run of luck continues. I'm getting too old to deal with that amount of damage again.

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It looks like things in North America are livening up enough to warrant posting something like this. It should update and I hope it doesn't take too long for some of your internet service providers:

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Lots of activity in some locations! Here, we had a beautiful fall day after the 3 light frosts. Another will occur this morning - we have just reached that "interesting" moment :wink: when there's frost on top my pickup but not on the windshield (3:30am).

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digitS' wrote:It looks like things in North America are livening up enough to warrant posting something like this. It should update and I hope it doesn't take too long for some of your internet service providers:

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Lots of activity in some locations! Here, we had a beautiful fall day after the 3 light frosts. Another will occur this morning - we have just reached that "interesting" moment :wink: when there's frost on top my pickup but not on the windshield (3:30am).

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That little red squiggly thing in the Gulf is already dropping rain on N.O. It started just a few minutes ago and will do so off and on today and mostly all day tomorrow being the heaviest. Luckily the ground is not soaking wet going into this, but it's not entirely parched either. Should make for an interesting weekend of possible pirogue races between the rows.

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How can I get a job as a weatherman? Be wrong as much as right, get TV exposure and still make a good salary.

That Tropical Storm in the Gulf of Mexico did drop some rain on La. Not anywhere near the amount the forecasters were predicting. They were saying up to 8-10 inches over the weekend for our area and we got something like 1/2" that came down mid morning on Saturday. Not complaining mind you, since I can now get back into the garden and pull some more rows and get seeds in the ground with just damp soil and not slogging ankle deep in mud.

Plus side is we are having our first fall temps. this morning. It is in the low 60's outside right now and highs for today are expected to be in the mid to upper 70's. ABOUT TIME. :-() :-() :-()

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It is all about that bouncing, effervescent personality, Gumbo!

You'd make a fine "television personality!" Oh, you gotta be cute.

By the extracurricular things that these personalities do, I'm thinking that a weatherman's income may be as much from activities that are only marginally associated with their regular jobs. We are encouraged to go down to Big Frank's Car City because the weather guy is down there grilling a hot dog!

Must be something to it because he showed up (to pocket a few thousand $). Kind of like a congressman's Town Hall.

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digitS' wrote:It is all about that bouncing, effervescent personality, Gumbo!

You'd make a fine "television personality!" Oh, you gotta be cute.

By the extracurricular things that these personalities do, I'm thinking that a weatherman's income may be as much from activities that are only marginally associated with their regular jobs. We are encouraged to go down to Big Frank's Car City because the weather guy is down there grilling a hot dog!

Must be something to it because he showed up (to pocket a few thousand $). Kind of like a congressman's Town Hall.

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We are down to about eleven hour days (6:41 a.m.-5:51 p.m.). Right now it is 64 degrees. Today it was sunny but more rain is expected later this week. For a lot of you this is nice, but for me this is getting a bit chilly. I am wearing my sweats tonight.
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Woke up to snow this morning! We had an inch or so of snow over night and the world turned white. But it is sunny out now and melting quickly. Ground isn't frozen yet, so this won't last long. This is our first snow of the season and earlier than some years.

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Same old/same old, here. Which isn't so bad :) . We may have seen our last 50°f afternoon but getting a little sunshine and blue sky most every day. Despite a 2" snowfall and then 1/2" of rain, it has been dry the last few months - really, since spring.

It is interesting that our gardener on a tropical island is noting the length of day :wink: . RainbowGardener, my daylight is about what yours will be on December 21st! I'd hate to live further north . . .

Since 2/3rds of the population of Canada lives in Ontario and Quebec where the large cities are all south of here, I guess I've pushed the US envelope about as far north as I can without going to Alaska. No, thanks. I'm not saying that I don't like this part of the world but I'm glad I learned how to go to sleep while it is light out in the summer. I really find it difficult to resign myself to so much darkness at this time of year and . . . beyond . . .

Current sunrise, 6:51am; sunset, 4:16pm ~ 9½hrs and on my way to an 8½ hour day . . . And, that's "official." I don't have anywhere close to a level horizon.

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Before I went to Seattle to visit a friend, I had no idea what all the flap was about long days and short days. I had lived in Hawaii all of my life and the whole year the day lengths only vary by a couple of hours approx 11.4 -13.4 hours. That is when I discovered that the sun could set at 11 o'clock at night and then be up at 4 in the morning.

It was then that I really understood the difference and why I had to grow only short day onions and everbearing strawberries. It also explained why the elephant garlic got smaller than when I started it and why garlic planted in March also shrank but formed bulbs around May if I planted them in October. Luckily the kind at the grocery store was the right ones for me to plant.

In San Diego I saw my first cayote on a ridge and learned how big and noisy crows are. They are worse than bulbuls.

Someone showed us pictures of her visit home to Canada and I asked her how come she used black and white film, until I realized she was wearing a bright red coat.

I saw a whole host of plants that I never saw before like flowering kale in Las Vegas, cornflowers were yard weeds in Seattle and the pine trees were so big and tall and someone actually had a hedge of christmas trees (douglas fir) in their yard.

Las Vegas and Arizona had red rocks in the yards instead of dirt and the hills were painted in stark but beautiflul colors. I remember Arizona and California had huge cracks in the roads. There were no rain gutters or landscaping along the main thoroughfares in Arizona and construction worked nights because it was cooler. No one really went outside much in the middle of the day, but they had the best Mexican food, and I finally realized it was the salsas that made all the difference. It was also my first taste of Jamaica (roselle tea).

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Friday Harbor, Wa.

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This is kind of interesting 8)

6:40am--4:45pm here

We had mixed rain and big flakes of snow this morning just before the front crossed our area.

...Ok just checked the weather and the forecast for overnight low is 21°F :eek:
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We had wind chill factors down in the teens last night, with our snow.

It is interesting about the times. You and I are in the same time zone, applestar, but I am on the far western edge of it.
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