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I'm in NE Ohio, just south of Cleveland. We were in the mid 60s yesterday (Monday) and have warnings for 3-4" of that white stuff starting tonight into Wednesday. I took some pix around the back yard and cut some lilacs just in case they don't survive this unwelcome blast of cold. I'm hoping for the best, but these days, anything is possible. Thanks for sharing your Farmer's Market stories. I can't wait for May when we can finally start to plant some veggies & annuals to enjoy this summer. Here's hoping that neither of us gets the white stuff.

Janet Ghio

I hate these cold snaps well after spring has started--Missouri peaches are always hit hard--last year we couldn't get many because of weather and the virus--I was hoping for a good crop this year-strawberry plants are blooming- oh ugh-to this weather and then at least here-once the cold snap leaves then suddenly temps are in the 90's and we have to turn the air conditioner on


Debbie: I think you got lots more than we did, our's all melted by the end of the day and the flowers seem to have survived. So far anyway.

Janet: the strawberry plants are most definitely on my mind!!!

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