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1 hour ago, cbelke said:

37.9F  for the low.

Bought flowers yesterday, brought them in to the garage overnight just in case it cleared up overnight.ūü•∂

I brought our vegetables in.  No point in planting (again another May) until the middle of the week passes. 43F was our low.

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18 minutes ago, Rainshadow6.6 said:

I brought our vegetables in.  No point in planting (again another May) until the middle of the week passes. 43F was our low.

24 tomatoes, 24 bell peppers, 12 hot peppers in - banking on cloudy nights as it seems to be cloudy 75% of the time in our 'new' climate.   Banana and palm trees are on their own.

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2 hours ago, iceman56 said:

24 tomatoes, 24 bell peppers, 12 hot peppers in - banking on cloudy nights as it seems to be cloudy 75% of the time in our 'new' climate.   Banana and palm trees are on their own.

Probably could put them in; mull about this afternoon.

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4 hours ago, Rainshadow6.6 said:

I brought our vegetables in.  No point in planting (again another May) until the middle of the week passes. 43F was our low.

Overnight low the last two nights in the upper 30's here. As a rule of thumb I never plant any warm weather crops before May 20th up here. June 1st is a safe bet!

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After yesterday's record Western Chester County PA low high temp of 54.5 today we were even chillier with a well below normal (68.2) high of only 51.7...however only the 2nd coldest May 9th....just last year we set the record chilly day with a high of only 46.5.

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5 hours ago, eastonwx said:

Overnight low the last two nights in the upper 30's here. As a rule of thumb I never plant any warm weather crops before May 20th up here. June 1st is a safe bet!

On the one hand I want to get them started, on the other hand they will just sit there anyway.

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31 degrees and no frost advisory as the growing season hasn't started yet.   Daffodils just start blooming, forsythia just blooming, but oddly the azaleas are blooming - I thought they ran later (at least in PA).

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