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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by chicknmania, Jul 3, 2008.
Stinks. Rain, rain, rain, rain. Not only that, it's COOL and rain! Happy 4th of July, everyone! un
Hi from the UK - rain over here too!! But then we are used to it!!! I am off tomorrow with my family to the South of France for 2 weeks so the weather better be sun, sun, sun all the way. Can't wait. We have friends coming to house, horse, chicken and duck sit so wish them luck in the rain!!
Good luck to your animals, and wish I was going with you. WE are getting used to rain too...the most rain in June in Ohio in over 50 years, and more to follow this month. .
cold in MI. i had to close the windows and am wearing long sleeves/jeans!
chickens are so diggin' it though...outside all day hanging loose!
Rain here in FL also, but it sure has not cooled off any. Its about 90 and raining. I think I have steamed chicken going on out there!
Here in middle Tennessee it is powder dry we are having to water most everything to keep it alive. The grass is getting brown , You are getting your rain and ours. The temp was near 90
Quote:Coopersville, Cutlerville, or Centerville? Hee hee.
Great storms yesterday! (But then again, I love a good severe thunderstorm...)
It is bone dry here too. No rain in weeks, the grass is dead, having to water everything just to keep it alive. It sure is early to be starting with a drought this year.
well up here in New England (most parts, anyway) we are getting what I think of as more southern weather... maybe like Atlanta or something. muggy days, and daily thunderstorms, some of them very strong, in the late afternoon. I mean, t-storms happen in summer, but I think we've had them every day for about two weeks which is unusual. Normally this time of year it's either cool and raining, or a cool dry and sunny.
Quote:I'll trade you, Hot and dry high 90's.