Turn off the water. My lawn depends on it!


Every morning I record the temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, barometric pressure and the “feel like” temperature in my weather/nature/special event journal. If it rains, I include whatever our old-fashioned rain gauge reads. For a while there the numbers were on auto pilot: hot, windy, humid. Now, at least the wind has calmed – pray it doesn’t stop all […]

 

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