Lotta moderate to heavy rain south of New England poised to arrive later this morning.
Run to run consistency brings three quarters to an inch of rain to most of us. Some go higher
These temperatures are way below average this afternoon.
Dry, but threatening looking this morning. Wet ride home.
Make sure your irrigation is totally off. Zero need to be watering.
Here comes the next storm. We clear for Saturday however.
Leaf miner eggs on spinach. They will hatch-eat the inside of the leaves. Tough to control. Can grow under row cover to prevent. I didn't.
Mr. Squirrel is not happy this morning because the umbrella is closed & he can't now jump onto the bird feeder. Score one for me for now.🐿️H
If you haven't put the float out yet this weekend brings some big tides. Unfortunately the biggest are at night.
If alliums are happy they tend to spread.
15 different varieties all living happily in a 6x6 foot area. People should learn from plants.
Slight favoring towards a little bit warmer start to June then average. Probably not terribly hot.
There won't be any reestablishment of the drought in this pattern.
Much milder this afternoon with many areas reaching 70 or a little better.
Rain has cleared the Cape this morning. Damp, but no precip.
Mainly dry in Boston the next couple of days, until showers arrive sometime Thursday after noon.
Sunrise is approaching earliest time. Still gain 8 minutes by week two of June.
Rain area for this evening about 40 miles further south than expected so less impact to evening commute MA Pike north.
Let's grow vertical. Magnolia-Sunspire, Willow salix Magnifica, Chinese fringe tree-Tokyo tower.
Because I still haven't learned that throwing fertilizer out of the bag never distributes evenly.
I've never grown this one. Might give it a go. @volantefarms
A few showers this morning, then a break then more showers this afternoon.