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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Cold Temps are Leaving??

Mar 27 (tonight) CloudyCloudy 26°F 10% chance of precipitation


Monday, Mar 28 Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy High Temp: 46°F Low Temp: 30°F 20% chance of precip.


Tuesday, Mar 29 Rain / Snow Rain / Snow High Temp: 39°F Low Temp: 31°F 30% chance of precip.


Wednesday, Mar 30 Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy High Temp:51°F Low Temp: 34°F 20% chance of precip.


Thursday, Mar 31 Cloudy Cloudy High Temp: 50°F Low Temp: 39°F 10% chance of precip.

Friday, Apr 1 Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy High Temp: 58°F Low Temp: 40°F 20% chance of precip.

Saturday, Apr 2 Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy High Temp: 59°F Low Temp: 44°F 10% chance of precip.

Sunday, Apr 3 Showers Showers High Temp: 67°F Low Temp: 49°F 40% chance of precip.

12 comments:

troutbirder said...

Oh lets hope so. I'm thoroughly sick of winter. :)

Rosey said...

It's about time. I like how you showed the temps for all week. Good idea for your blog. Someday I will try this when it is super cold. It will scare everyone away from Colorado probably.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

And not a moment too soon. It's 18F here right now, which feels a heck of a lot colder than 18F did in January. I want to plant pansies!

Rosemary said...

Longing for milder days.

Shady Gardener said...

troutbirder - amen.

Rosey! Scare people away from Colorado? (Even ME, if I were to come visit?) ;-)

MMD, Understood! But I'm going outdoors shortly to do a little raking, even though... (Did you see the post on our recent trip to your area of the country? Right sidebar)

Rosemary, I'm SURE you are. :-)

Monica the Garden Faerie said...

Our overnight temps have been 19F for the last few days. BLERG! This is the absolute WORST time of year to look at blogs from people in warmer zones (which for me is pretty much everyone else!).

Shady Gardener said...

Hi Monica, I understand completely! Just hang in there - the signs of Spring are showing themselves!! :-)

sharplittlepencil said...

Hey, Shady! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Yes, indeedy, even here in Wisconsin, it's budding tentatively (the trees seem to have an innate sense they may be betrayed by one last blizzard!).

My mom was from Council Bluffs... thought you'd get a kick out of that. Thx for the forecast! Amy Barlow Liberatore

Shady Gardener said...

Hi Amy, You do have a sharp little pencil! ;-) Nice to have you stop by. When I got up this morning, we had another very light blanket of snow. lol.

VW said...

Um, the 67 leaves me drooling. It will be a while before we get there. But the grass is greening up, so it feels more like spring. Enjoy your warm weather to come!

catmint said...

Hi Shady, What a good idea to give the temperature over a week. It continually fascinates me how diverse our gardening climates are - and it is definitely worth the effort to translate fahrenheit into centigrade (Wow - just realized your 34 is our -1.5. That's as cold as it ever gets here) happy spring gardening, cm

Shady Gardener said...

Hi VW, Drooling! ha. I hope this warm weather comes and stays We had another dusting of snow this morning... but the signs of Spring are arriving! :-)

Hi Catmint, Thanks for making the conversion. Yes - it's been cold all week, though yesterday afternoon it was warm enough to rake a few leaves from the lawn! My! That felt good! :-)