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Since weather plays a large part in gardening, I thought we should have a weather thread.
Today, Mar 20, it's sunny and decently warm. The snow is melting nicely and the ground will dry up soon hopefully. This pic shows the planter boxes I have built so far, have the wood for a couple more this week. Out beyond the fence, the larger plot is still mostly under snow. Please excuse the lousy pics, taken with a cell phone into the sun.....lol

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Do you get much snow where you are Logan? I was born in England, in Luton near London, but came here when I was 2 so I don't remember. Judging by your temps, it is quite a bit warmer than here.
 

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Mostly in Scotland and occasionally further down but we haven't had any in the west or the south. I'm in the west midlands close to Wales. It's been about 5 years since we've had a good lot of snow, but we don't mind because walking the dogs/boys. It's only just started to warm up here and then it will go down again next week, it's very changeable weather here.
 

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It’s cooled down here, going to be 60f max today, much like yesterday.
We’ve had days in the mid 70’s but the chilly nights and a few late frost slow things down.

The blossom on our small pear tree has now all but gone, very different to New England where we’d be waiting till April and May for it to look like spring.
 
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