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Thursday, 10 March 2016

Nasty weather

We have had 24 hours of strange weather. Strong gusty winds that blew in clouds and blew them out again so that from one minute to the next you didn't know what to expect. We had heavy rain and even heavier hail. Needless to say the power went out a few times.  
We went for a short walk this morning to look at the trees that had fallen in the night.  Walking in one direction we were pushed by the wind then walking back we had a hard time of it. Hopefully this system will soon blow itself out and we'll be back to normal.

               No doubt this is what my DH will be doing tomorrow.......





and I will go out and see how my early Daffodils have fared with all the wind. If any have fallen over I'll bring them in. Already the slugs are active and I've noticed that any flowers that lie on the ground have been munched on. Happy end of the week...

                                 Granny Marigold






9 comments:

  1. Hope there was not too much damage.

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  2. That sounds like some wild weather you are having. Hope it blows out of there soon. A daffodil bouquet sounds like a nice reward.

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  3. In about three days that wind will be here! today the sun is shining and it will be 60 degrees...really strange for us in March:)

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  4. We had a brief respite from the wind and rain this morning, but then the rain returned. We'll have a lot of cleaning up to do again once we can get back outside.

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  5. We have been having wind and rain too the last couple days but it is supposed to clear out today. Hope all your plants were alright.

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  6. oh not slugs..ugh we get them somewhat too..
    hope your rest of the weekend is a good one Marigold :) hugs,Patty

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  7. I envy you that your spring flowers have started to show themselves. Although we've had an unusually mild winter and March seems more like April, I don't have any little peeps of green yet!

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  8. That was one storm! So happy to have the electricity back, although we have discovered a couple of electronics that don't seem to have made it through the power surges.

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