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First snowflakes of the season are falling as I post this. Rained last night and the mountains tops were white this morning. The ground and temperature is too warm for it to stick but I guess this means that winter is on its way. Picked the last of the tomatoes and peppers earlier, and from the looks of it, probably a good thing I did.
-- Marci (email@example.com), September 21, 2000
Where do you live? I am in Quebec Canada and the leaves are just starting to turn to yellow and red. A most beautiful time of year.
-- Debbie (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 21, 2000.
Better cover your tomatos. Im in NE WI and last night a near freezing rain howled through and brought with it the first smell of winter. I guess we are skipping fall this year. I fear that winter is just around the corner.
-- William in WI (email@example.com), September 21, 2000.
Debbie: No.West MT
-- Marci (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 21, 2000.
Marci, I'm jealous, no rain here yet, but it is cooler, high today was 85, low in the a.m. supposed to 65. Let me know when you go see our mutual friends, the T family. Carol '
-- Carol (email@example.com), September 21, 2000.
Marci, We're in So. Central Montana, and have close to a FOOT of snow this morning!!! Power was off for about an hour. First winter storm on the last day of summer!!!! We need the moisture so badly, though, we'll take it any way we can get it. This should clear off quickly, and hopefully we'll have some nice Indian Summer. I still have outdoor work to finish up, potatoes and carrots to dig, some painting to finish, and the lawn needs mowing one more time. Guess I'll go round up some firewood if the power goes off again.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 22, 2000.
it suddenly feels balmy here in Northern New York .We are used to snow by Halloween , but not this early .
-- Patty Gamble (email@example.com), September 22, 2000.