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Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 5/11/2011, 11:18 pm

Here y'all go. Be safe!!

Forecast for Wednesday, May 11

AR northwest - 3 to 4
IA southwest - 5
IA rest - 3 to 4
IL west-central - 3
IL north, east-central - 2 to 3
IN north and central- 2 to 3
KS, northwest, extreme east - 4
KS rest - 2 to 3
MI upper and west lower - 2
MN southeast - 3
MO northwest - 5
MO northeast - 3 to 4
MO southwest - 4 to 5
NC west - 3
NE southeast - 5
NE south-central - 5
NE northeast - 3 to 4
OH except northeast - 2
OK - 4
SC central - 3
TX central - 3
TX northeast - 2 to 3
VA southwest - 2
WI - 3
WV south - 2
other areas - less than 2

Forecast for Thursday, May 12

AR west - 5
AR east - 3
GA east - 2
IA southwest - 5
IA northwest - 4
IA east - 3 to 4
IL west - 4
IL east - 2 to 3
IN - 2
KS northeast - 5
KS southeast - 4 to 5
KY west - 2 to 3
LA northwest - 3
MI lower - 2
MN southeast - 2 to 3
MO northwest - 5
MO rest - 4
MS northwest - 2 to 3
NC west - 2
NE southeast - 5
NE northeast - 3 to 4
OH - 2
OK east - 5
PA extreme west - 2
SC west - 2
TN west - 2 to 3
TN northeast - 2
TX I-35 and east - 3
VA southwest - 2
WI central and south - 2 to 3
WV south - 2
other areas - less than 2
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Post  nancy on 5/12/2011, 9:17 am

Don't tell anyone I said this out loud, but I'm really hoping for rain. We haven't had any since Saturday and I've been hand watering for a couple days now. Oh, my - did I really just ask for more rain??!!
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Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 5/12/2011, 12:32 pm

Of all people....lol.

I need some, too. This warmer weather is starting to dry things out. I don't think any of us mind the rain when things get dry. We just don't like the hail and wind-in-a-circle that can accompany it.

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Post  nancy on 5/12/2011, 1:43 pm

"Of all people....lol"

I know, right?! I only say that because there is no water source at the community garden. I carry my water down there in milk jugs. I haven't had to do that this year until this week. So Mother Nature's help would be awesome! Are you getting pounded today?
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Post  FarmerValerie on 5/12/2011, 1:49 pm

We got about an inch down here in NE TX, was needed though I was watering twice a day already on some plants.
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Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 5/12/2011, 3:20 pm

@nancy wrote:Are you getting pounded today?

Not yet. The Rain Gods allowed me to cut my grass for the day first. Supposed to break loose a bit tonight, though. As a thank you to the Gods, I went out and peed on my Madame Heape. I was hopping on one foot, though, as sort of a "thank you" and "rain dance" all wrapped into one. I may be lazy, but I'm also efficient. Embarassed
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