By: h2oskt, 2:53 AM GMT on February 28, 2011
Well, tomorrow is the last day of winter as far as growing seasons are concerned. We made it through numerous snows and I still have about a foot of snowpack that will melt nicely and work the soil naturally. I am looking forward to getting the shovel out and tilling my garden and setting up the cold frames. Normally, I get peas in by mid-March. I am doubting my timeline this year. Has anyone else been thinking about their gardens and what needs to be done? I ...
By: h2oskt, 1:37 PM GMT on January 18, 2011
With the active weather pattern, it appears that there will be another large coastal storm effecting Southern New England Thursday January 20 through Saturday the 22. Does anyone have any predictions as to how much now and where for this storm?
By: h2oskt, 2:27 PM GMT on December 18, 2010
LinkLooks like we will miss the coastal storm this weekend. I am hopeful something will develop midweek for us up here in CT so the children (and adults) may have a white Christmas.
By: h2oskt, 12:18 AM GMT on December 16, 2010
Snow chances have been elevated to 50% for Sunday and Sunday night. In the meantime, the freeze continues. I have concluded that even my hotbed for my winter garden is no longer functional because of the deep freeze. I think I may be waiting until February to plant any more vegetables. :-(
By: h2oskt, 3:50 AM GMT on December 08, 2010
Lake effect snows have been flowing into central CT over the past couple days.
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