Not like I'm not used to this and don't know how to deal with it. My toms and such are all grown in raised beds that gets them up above the settling cold air and keeps the roots warmer and lined with sand filled blocks to hold heat I have this huge wooden box next to the house filled with heavy blankets that I picked up from rummage sales years ago and a barrel near the field garden stuffed with more. It's just when you get this cold in the middle of July, everything shuts down even without getting actually hit by the frost, and by the time it gets kicked back into growing mode summer's over. We just haven't had a summer like this in more than 10 years (according to my records)that was this cold, wet,for this many days in a row with only one or two warm days then right back where we were and we are about to break another temperature record. It's hurting financially because I make money from my organic herbs and my harvests are way down but I really feel sorry for the cash crop farmers up here. One good friend is close to losing their complete income for the entire season. They may not manage to break even for all their hard work.