Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine
Posted by Cincinnati Frank on January 10, 2018, 2:20 pm
But The Next wave Of ICE AGE Conditions will Follow .. Temps are on there spiral downward toward 0 F with little snow pack to fall ... excess amounts would put this wave to be the Coldest of 2018.. Highs are now forecast in the teens but there are saying that is too warm if get a lot of snow ..
Re: Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine
Posted by Fred SC on January 10, 2018, 4:00 pm, in reply to "Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine "
WE were mid sixties yesterday and today, 60's tomorrow I think then mostly 40's for a period with lows in the thirties for a few days it looks like.
Posted by Terry SE KY Harlan Co. on January 10, 2018, 6:52 pm, in reply to "Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine "
You are currently in the bullseye for a thumping too. I have been watching your area all week so far. After this next week though, we should trend average or above for a while in this part of the US on a regional basis thanks to the PNA, NAO,AO and other indexes going positive....still think more arctic air chances through March are a good bet. Let us know your storm total this Saturday and be careful!
Posted by Terry SE KY Harlan Co. on January 10, 2018, 6:55 pm, in reply to "Re: Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine "
Probably be colder than that for you Fred....without snow on the ground though, I don't think you will see it as cold as the recent blast. I would think around 20 for you or maybe high teens for lows are a possibility from what I see on a night or two.
Posted by Fred SC on January 11, 2018, 9:53 am, in reply to "Re: Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine "
Terry, you are right in your assessment; colder temps than was predicted earlier are coming. Today they have changed the temp predictions again! I do see a low of 21,22 and two 24's! Sucks big time! I am tired of this cold weather. Plant life will be surely affected by all this big time damage, but i Hope not. I never protect anything, because I have not had to, but now maybe I should or grow a different genre of plants when it comes to palms-especially. I am to old and just can not get out and protect everything like I could years ago. With climate change as it is who knows what is coming down the pike, so to speak.
Posted by Terry SE KY Harlan Co. on January 11, 2018, 7:53 pm, in reply to "Re: Today hit the low 60's with some unexpected Sunshine "
I am curious to see if my Thailand Giant EE survives or not. These brief 60s are nice and Southern Magnolias look more lively again. Time well tell, but I have over 6 inches deep of mulch over it and my Mammoth EEs, Banana.
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