Last week it felt like winter had returned and this week felt like it was already summer, so you know it’s spring in the Dakotas. The temperatures this week ranged…
It almost felt like winter had returned this week. It froze every night and Tuesday morning we woke up to a skiff of snow. The snow was a whole lot…
Don’t you just love mud and wet grass? After the wonderful moisture we got this week, we’ve had a lot of both. The week started out with freezing temperatures…
The weather was warm all week with temperatures in the 60s. Not all the snow drifts are gone yet, but they have really decreased in size.
It rained! We got a little sprinkle on Monday, the first day of spring, and Thursday evening there was just over a half inch of moisture in the rain gauge.
Every time spring arrives, this little ditty runs through my mind: “Spring is sprung, the grass is riz, I wonder where the flowers is?”
The January/February thaw was sure nice while it lasted.
If I didn’t know better, I’d swear spring had arrived.
The weather this week has been really interesting.
The weather turned cold again with some more snow and several days this week the roads were terrible.
The weather got a little better this week. We actually had some temperatures above zero and also had a couple days with no wind! Do you suppose ‘global warming’ has…
This week started out with another snowstorm on Monday, with high winds, blowing snow and rapidly dropping temperatures.
The weather is cooling off, and except for fog and a little freezing drizzle Wednesday night, it was really nice most of the week.
This was another week of beautiful fall weather. It’s usually really cold by this time and it’s hard to believe that this is already the second week in November!
We’ve been having some beautiful summer weather, even though it is officially fall. No frost yet, and we’re getting a nice rain as I’m writing this on Monday.
The weather is cooling down and we got a .19 hundredths of rain this week.
We didn’t get a drop of rain this week so I had to water what’s left of my garden.
Hot enough for you? Several people asked me that while we were roasting in 100 degree heat at the Boss Cowman in Lemmon Saturday.
Since July 4th is on Monday and we’re having family here for the holiday weekend, I’m writing this early.
“Hot enough for you?” We heard that question a lot this week when the temperature reached 100 degrees a couple times.
A large crowd gathered at the Lions Civic Center in Buffalo Monday for the Memorial Day program. Rep. Sam Marty was the featured speaker.
The weather has been nice all week, but we could use some rain because it’s getting pretty dry. Farmers around here have most of their early crops planted and are…