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Flood Watch 3/21 Observations. Can't Keep A Good Mud Season Down


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Another year when I can't plant the garden until mid-June.     Was actually planning to drag the tiller out this weekend.   Tiller cancel...

Maybe I'll have more time to cut down some tulip poplars to mitigate the rain of goop from the lantern flies...

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10 minutes ago, iceman56 said:

Another year when I can't plant the garden until mid-June.     Was actually planning to drag the tiller out this weekend.   Tiller cancel...

Maybe I'll have more time to cut down some tulip poplars to mitigate the rain of goop from the lantern flies...

This ground would clog up a tiller pretty quick. I think its too early for that stuff just yet. Give it to the second week of April.  I planted several flowers last year that got frost damage in early April that I wasn't expecting.

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1 hour ago, cbelke said:

How can you rake mud?

I have to reseed in front of our garden, between the leaves accumulating there because I guess it is a low lying more of a wind free zone and the water accumulating, there is no grass left. Bad part will be I will be getting some top soil and God only knows what weed seeds are in that.  I think that is how the yellow nutsedge arrived in our back yard from previous top soil.  I was able to pull most of the leaves off before hitting mud bottom.  Now there will be standing water there before the day is done again.

0.21" with ugliness on the way.

 

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4 hours ago, iceman56 said:

Accuwx throwing around the 'bomb cyclone' for this one again.     Who thinks up these names?    Likewise, naming every full moon.

It might not make it (24mb/24hrs) and this term has been around since the 1980s.  Maybe Adidas shorts and tube socks will make a comeback too.

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1.39" for NW Chesco.    Breezy.   I guess frost out of the ground and rain has loosened some tree roots, power has been out briefly a couple times.

My snow piles may not survive the next 24 hours.

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