More Weather Woes

14 Apr

We had two beautiful days this week that were normal April days.  Now we’re back to crappy early March weather.  Seriously.  We’ve had wind.

I woke to find the tree that I had finally accepted was going to have to come down this summer had already come down.  The one tree managed to take out two fences.

At least it didn’t touch the road.  At least it wasn’t a tornado like they had to the southwest of me.

We’ve had rain.  I don’t know why the llamas are staying outside.  They could actually walk into the barn if they wanted to.

We’ve had hail.  Luckily it was small and not very much (Actually, it’s hail you see on the llama’s back in the image above).

We’ve had snow.  At least it’s not the blizzard warning they have to the north of me.

More snow is in the forecast for tomorrow.  For Reference 29*F = -1.67*C, and our normal for this time is 61*F = 16.1*C.

Next weekend is already looking horrible.  We really need some better weather.  Now.  Last week.  Please…

The only silver lining is that it’s starting to get a bit more green out in the Back Forty.

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4 Responses to “More Weather Woes”

  1. Deborah in Omaha April 14, 2018 at 5:54 pm #

    Just so you know you are not alone, we are having the same crappy weather in Omaha. I was outside without a coat yesterday working in the garden and today it’s now beginning to sleet and snow. And I moved back to Omaha from Atlanta Georgia FOR THIS???? I feel your pain.

    • Teresa April 14, 2018 at 7:23 pm #

      It has been such a strange, horrible and never-ending winter in so many places. Hope it improves for you soon.

  2. janicead April 14, 2018 at 10:29 pm #

    Oh, my. More fence work…

  3. Jeanne April 16, 2018 at 12:20 am #

    You’re right! It has been a really nasty winter for your area and a lot of others all across the country. Even here in this area, where we normally have mild winters, everyone is saying that it’s been so weird, and strange. The daffodils are almost done blooming, but, I think there were times when they had snow on them! Usually, my husband mows the lawn once a month in the winters, but not this year!
    It’s too bad that tree had to go and take out TWO fences!!

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