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Just saying, temps are avg in the 50's now and its only Feb a good 2 months early from peak.  Its looking like it may be a goofy season. 

Its been way too dry this winter. 

Grass is already greening up here.  Easter Flowers are blooming as well as those pink Magnolia trees.  Buds on my Bradford Pears are big as my little finger.  Looking out across the bottoms today and small shrubbery is greening up.

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Yeah, saw somebody picked a morel in extreme SWMO. Really warm and dry here. But it's on the radar.  

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   Well things will stunt and slow down this week :) . 78 here today in BilletHeadVille. 25 tomorrow night called for. Will be colder than that I bet. Crocus, Daffodils will turn to mush. The Spring peepers peeping out my back door will freeze their peppers off. The little Japanese lady bugs will crawl back into the cracks they just came out of but I hope they freeze first ! Scary warm today and I knew we would pay for it. Shrooming will happen sometime if we get rain. Oh yes that and maybe snow too this week,

BilletHead

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We will see a frost, maybe.  But not a hard freeze.  Did not make it above 65 here in SEMO today.  Winds were changing around dark and clouding up.

I always thought nature cycled due to amounts of daylight.  But it seems that temps seem to come into play also. 

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On 2/23/2017 at 8:13 PM, BilletHead said:

 Crocus, Daffodils will turn to mush.

My Crocus made it through this... first flower bloom started popping yesterday.

My grape Hyacinths have been going crazy too. Got about half of them at full bloom already. Wonder how those will go.

Tulips are about to sprout up real big also. Right now they are opening up already. 

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    Yep Lancer I was pleasantly surprised here. Even after a 21 and a 24 degree night everything did good. I thought maybe because the flowers were close to the ground the warm soil made a warm zone next to the ground. That revelation did not fly as even the forsythia blooms six or more feet above ground level made it through OK. 

  BilletHead

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I am ready to watch my favorite reality show, Fungi Gone Wild!

 

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Almost the perfect weather for the little guys. Ill be taking an early look this next week as well. Supposed to stay around sixties and seventies for highs so can't imagine they will stay hidden me h longer.

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