This year’s end-of-winter weather watch is different. It’s March, and I’m still in town, with an urban view, backyards and curb-sides, instead of…fields, which is just not the same. Still, it’s exciting as usual to feel the sun growing higher and stronger, the days getting longer, and the crazy weather rollercoastering along as has become the usual these last few years. Yesterday, steady rain took out all but the high-piled snow and turned the backyard rink into a shallow pool. Overnight, the snow came back strong. But that final meltdown’s coming, it’s just around the bend!!
15 thoughts on “Watching March weather”
The sun is shifting, isn’t it? Spring is right around the corner and then, in Central Texas anyways, the terrible heat. I have to hurry and do as much digging and raised bed building as possible!
All of the snow is gone here in Northeast PA, but we’re getting punished with rain and lots of it.
But I had the opportunity to buy loads of seed packets today on sale! Spring will be here soon and I’ll be up to my elbows in dirt! Can’t wait!
We burn a lot of wood, I want to know more about the great wood conspiracy!!
Keep it up! Eight days to the equinox!
It’s funny but the furniture looks oddly comfortable with all that snow padding! Philip – http://www.farmads.ie/
Possible you can draw a map of your farm or give the location so i can googlemap it?
This blog is so great. It inspired me to start growing some of my one veggies. I only have raised beds so far, but dreaming of a small farm or at least a small field so i can grow all my veggies. Norway is an expensive country to live in, the tought of beeing self sufficient or at least a little is a nice dream. With this blog and the books og John Seymour everything is possible.
the snow looks lovely…
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This is a cool pic!
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here in the central part of the UK we have been without snow for some time but it has been cold and wet so not much has happened in the garden and vegetable plot.
This coming spring (well it seems like it’s already here where I am) feels like it’s going to be a particularly good one. I can really feel the life in everything starting to wake up. We should all go outside and wake up with it! Of course, that’s for the warm days :D
We had late March snowfall in New Jersey…after I had just expanded my garden, and was planning on setting out some lettuces and brassicas. I’m itching to start transplanting, but daytime temps aren’t getting much higer than the low 40’s, and night temps are in the low 20’s. Of course this is after a week where daytime temps were in the 70’s (one day hit 80) and night time temps in the 50’s. Where did spring go???
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you got an awesome view out there. the snow is very thick.
Great view. I like snow very much. I really want to go there.Please keep sharing such nice things.