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Gary350
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80 degrees here today.

80 degrees here today. This is too hot for March. Tornadoes will be coming soon.

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Re: 80 degrees here today.

Come west a bit, Gary, for the RAIN! Temps hovering around 60, and waves of rain last night through the weekend. We are on the eastern edge of what is drowning parts of Ark and E TX.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

Jealous!

It is in the lower 60s here and your post is from weeks ago!

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Re: 80 degrees here today.

2 or 3 nites ago got down to 23 or 24 degrees. Don't know how the already opened blossoms will handle it! Maybe another no fruit year.

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Re: 80 degrees here today.

Its 78 degrees now. It probably got up to at least 80 today. That is normal temperature here. Nights are still cool around 68 degrees.

I don't mind 80, I do mind that the trades are off and the Kona winds make it feel hotter than it is. And then there's the haze from vog.

I can't believe it is time to plant the summer crops already.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

We had another big wind storm a few weeks ago. It came from the West, across the Pacific Ocean. Power outages, downed trees. The big storms always come from the West. I am pretty sure that imafan26 is sending them over from Hawaii. If only imafan26 could throw a few pineapples and coconuts and macadamia nuts and Kona coffee, and then funnel storm my special order across the Pacific so that it drops right in my front yard.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

Those storms passed to the north of me. At least most of them we got a few thunderstorms and heavy rain for a few hours, but no wind to speak of. All we really got was the southern rain bands and the largest part of the storm just brought big surf.

I have seen a few ripe coconuts, but sorry no mac nuts or coffee in my house.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

It is going to be in the 80"s this week, this is not normal for this time of year.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

79-80 degrees here today. Broke the record.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

Yep, I think we were at 85 here today. A bit out of the ordinary. Convinced me to plant my cucs and squash.
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Re: 80 degrees here today.

We were up to the 90's today. Unfortunately the night temps are in the low to mid 40's, so I can't put any tomatoes, peppers or cukes in the ground yet. Things are expected to cool off again this week plus some more rain. I'm hoping the weather levels off in a few more weeks.



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