[NAFEX] So close....
tanistanis at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 29 14:55:06 EST 2008
Here in s.WI the snow is rather deep, and has been deep a while. I recent years "open winter" was becoming common, or at least a worthwhile thaw between snows so the accumulation wasn't much. This year has been more like the winters I grew up with-- usually difficult to hike in the woods, even accounting for the fact I was smaller then!
Solid sheet of ice under everything for 2 full months.
Temperatures have been below zero more this winter than recent years, but not the -20s of further past years.
I have no data for this, but I think the wind had been less. Which is interesting because last spring was so windy/ breezy, I didn't spray much herbicide.
Date: Fri, 29 Feb 2008 08:51:43 -0600
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] So close....
We are getting what is closer to a “normal” winter here, and even closer in SW Wisconsin. Four feet or more of snow, temps occasionally down to minus 20 or colder. If we had a few weeks of below zero, with highs near zero or less, and another couple of feet of snow, then I would feel like it was really WINTER.
Jim, in Menomonie, WI
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