Double flood threat...

By: Zachary Labe , 7:45 PM GMT on May 08, 2008

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"Thoughts of Flood Threat of May 8-13"
This is my specially formated new blog for flood threats in particular. Let me know what you think of it. More updates coming throughout the evening. Interesting setup for heavy rains over Pennsylvania, especially in the southern and eastern regions. Looking into the future a coastal storm will hit Friday, another for Sunday night, and another possible for Thursday. Each one will be accompanied heavy rain adding to potential totals of over 6inches in isolated locations by the time all of these storms exit the region. Today was a dreary day for much of Pennsylvania with around .1inches of rain falling statewide. I recieved .11inches today. This total will be getting increasingly higher over the next couple of days. Cloud ceilings rose in eastern Pennsylvania and allowed for a little sun to come out. But in western and northern Pennsylvania airfields at Bradford and Johnstown are reporting IFR ceiling conditions. More moist air is keeping cloud bases low. Becareful traveling tonight if going over mountaintops above elevations of 1500ft. Dense fog will be widespread. Conditions should remain IFR all throughout the day Friday with clearing conditions for Saturday with only isolated showers and thunderstorms. Models overall seem to be in pretty good agreement with this first storm and associated front. This blog is for just the first storm, but the HPC forecast precipitation map does include the second storms also. It appears as of 500pm that the rain is the Ohio and Tennesse Valley is getting its act together along with showers and embedded thunderstorms developing in extreme southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. The rain shield should be light to moderate at first. But by Friday heavy rain will occur in the south with embedded thunderstorms enhancing the rainfall. There will be a sharp-cut-off to the heavy rain though and that should setup in the northern Laural Highlands to Middle Susquehanna Valley to southern Poconos. Continue to check back this blog for more updates. Have a great evening!!!

"Regional Radar"

(Courtesy of NOAA)

"Regional Satellite"

(Courtesy of Penn State Meteo.)

"Storm Setup"
A stationary front draped along the Pennsylvania/Maryland border will be the culprit for the heavy rain. A weak sheild of precipitation moved through last night and this morning with the initial weak wave. Now a strengthening low pressure is developing in the Tennesse Valley and is going to ride up along the front. Strong southernly Gulf moisture winds will intensify drawing the moisture northward. PWATs are very high and go over 3deviations above normal. The airmass is relatively dry at this point, but as the low level jet noses northward moisture levels will be on the increase. Upper level CAPE values are relatively high, especially for the dreary day across southern Pennsylvania, but low level CAPE values are low. So expect thunderstorms to be low-topped and heavy rain producers. Thunderstorms, capable of severe limits will develop to our south in West Virginia and Virginia, but they will weaken as the move northward. The shield of precipitation will expand northward, but with a sharp cut off point. The low pressue will strengthen and move out in the Delmarva and then up the coast. Winds should be relatively light though. Overall the synoptic situation is excellent for heavy rain across southern Pennsylvania. The axis of heaviest rain should be in the southeast Piedmont to Atlantic Coastal Plain in Pennsylvania.

"Regional Advisories"

(Courtesy of NOAA)

"12hr Estimated Precipitation"

(Courtesy of NOAA)

"Forecast from Hydrometeorological Prediction Center"
...APLCHNS/MID ATLC...
POTENT SHRTWV OVR THE LWR OH VLY THIS AFTN WL CONT TO LIFT ENEWD
AND OFF THE MID ATLC CST FRI NGT. ASSOCD SFC LOW WL ALSO TRACK
NEWD ALNG A FNTL BNDRY WITH MDLS INDICATG MOD/STG CVRG AHD OF THE
LOW. A BROAD REGION OF UPR DIFL/DVRG UNDER A JET COUPLET IS ALRDY
IN PLC AND IS FCST TO INCRS TNGT...WHICH WL PROVIDE A BROADER
REGION OF DEEP LYRD LIFT. DEEP MSTR IS ALRDY FUELG SOME HVY RNFL
OVR THE TN/OH VLY REGION AND THIS MSTR WL ADVECT NEWD TNGT...WHILE
INCRSG. STRNGTHNG/BACKG LOLVL FLOW WL PULL ADDTNL MSTR NWD TNGT
WITH MDLS INDICATG PWS POOLG TO ARND 1.50 INCHES OVR THE MID ATLC
REGION. THE COMBINATION OF THE STG LOLVL FLOW...8H WNDS NR 50
KTS...AND DEEP MSTR WL SUPPORT UNSEASONBLY HI MSTR FLUX ANOMALIES
OF 4-5 STDS ABV NRML. GFS IS THE ONE SOLU THAT LOOKS TOO FAR
N...WHILE MUCH OF THE OTHER GUID IS FARTHER S AND MORE CONSISTENT.
GFS ERRORS SEEM TO BE LINKED TO FEEDBACK. GFSP IS MORE LIKE THE
12Z CAN/00Z ECMWF. LATEST SREF SOLUS ARE MORE INLN WITH THE
NON-GFS SOLUS. XPCT A SWATH OF HVY RNFL FM THE SRN APLCHNS THRU
THE MID ATLC REGION WITH A STRIPE OF VRY HVY AMTS ACRS NRN VA INTO
MD WHERE ISOLD 3-4 INCH TOTALS ARE PSBL.

"HPC Forecast 5-day total QPF map"


"Model Analysis"
Models have been doing a pretty decent job when it comes to forecasting this storm. The GFS picked up on the storm, followed by the EURO. Then of course the NAM found it and used its over estimated precipitation bias to forecast the storm. The GFS and NAM print out a good 2+ inches of rain for a widespread area, but I believe that is due to convective feed back problems. It is picking up on the thunderstorm convection. I believe 1inch will be widespread, but there still will be some 2+ inch amounts especially in southern Pennsylvania/Maryland border counties. The SREF model continues to show CAPE values up to 400 in southern Pennsylvania. But anyone in the Middle Susquehanna on northward there is little to no CAPE for those regions. The NMM model is doing a pretty good job I believe with the storm, though I think the track is a little to far south, but it does pick up on areas of banding on potential training thunderstorms. The ARW model is doing also a similar to job to the NMM model, but it is a little farther north. Overall I believe the ARW model has the best grab on this storm. Below you can find the GFS and NAM total precipitation as of 12z Thursday for out to 60 hours. And below you can find the NMM simulated future radar for 9am Friday morning. In conclusion the models all have a very simular track with only a few little different variables.

"GFS model total precipitation"


"NAM model total precipitation"


"NMM model future simulated radar at height of storm"


"12hr Flash Flood Guidance"

(Courtesy of NOAA)

"My Flood Forecasts"
Ok, well with all of the synoptic factors coming together for a stalled front heavy rain event, flooding may be a slight threat. Now I believe an axis of heavy rain from Latrobe, PA to Somerset, PA to Gettysburg, PA to Harrisburg, PA to Reading, PA to Allentown, PA will recieve heavy rain. To the north of that line 25miles will be heavy rain. To the south of that line to the Pennsylvania/Maryland border will also be part of the axis of heavy rain. In that axis 1-3inches of rain is possible. In parts of York, Lancaster, Chester, Franklin, Adams counties up to 4inches of rain could fall. The big questions with this storm are how far north the shield will go and how much embeded thunderstorm activity can be expected. Currently in Virginia are building severe thunderstorms that are producing tornadoes in the western part of the state. The storms will move northeast, but gradually weaken as they more into more stable air. But none the less a stronger storm cannot be ruled out in the southern PA counties. For example in relatively stable air 2 tornadoes occured out in Ohio today with this system. Keep your weather radio on tonight. But overall I do expected a very limited threat. Now above were the flash flood guidance maps and amounts are pretty high that need to be reached in a 12hr period for flooding so for the first batch of rain only some urban and stream flooding can be expected. But under any areas of training thunderstorms, then flash flooding may occur. Flood watches are out for areas in southern Pennsylvania. Below are my rain map and flood map predictions. The only area I am concerned for bust potential is in northern Pennsylvania where less rain may fall than I predict. But as of now I will make no changes. More updates from my forecasts will be coming tomorrow. Stay tuned...

"My Forecast Total Rain Map"


"My Flood Risk Map"


"Conclusion on Flood Threat"
Overall for the first low pressure system little widespread flooding is expected. Just minor urban and creek flooding should be expected. But if some training thunderstorms can occur then a slight chance of flash flooding may occur. But come the second potential storm the flooding threat increases. And again a third potential storm behind that one. Creek levels will rise along with river levels. Moisture for soil anomalies remain 1-1.5deviations above normal, but with the lack of rainfall over the last few days combined with low dewpoints conditions were pretty dry. Beaware of low-lying areas and remember to turn around and not drown, especially at night. Also stay tune to latest statements from the NWS as flood warnings may have to be issued. Also keep a level on creek and stream levels over the next couple of days. I will try to post a map of state stream/river levels across Pennsylvania after the first storm. Flooding is the most deadly type of weather that hits the United States each year, and many of those fatalities can be prevented as long as people are aware of their surroundings and stay tuned to their local media. Have a wonderful day!!!

"Storm Recap"
COMING THIS EVENING!!!

"Here north of Harrisburg 2008 statistics"
(Severe Weather Stats...)
Severe Thunderstorm Watches- 0
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings- 0
Tornado Watches- 0
Tornado Warnings- 0
Total Thunderstorms- 9

(Precipitation Stats...)
Flood Watches- 3
Flood Warnings- 3
Monthly Precipitation- .58inches
Yearly Precipitation- 14.24inches

(Temperature Stats...)
Heat Advisories- 0
Excessive Heat Warnings- 0
90degree days- 0

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53. TheRasberryPatch
8:54 PM GMT on May 10, 2008
the front has passed by and the sun is out. temps are now in the low 60's.
the rabbits are running around my yard and garden. i have a nice fence around my garden this year and so far they haven't gotten to my leafy plants. we will see how long that lasts. probably some big oouph of a ground hog will jump on it and tear it down in a few weeks.
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52. JDinWPA
1:29 PM GMT on May 10, 2008
Good morning Bliz. Rather cool here this morning, dropped to 43 overnight and rebounded to balmy 44 so far. :>} But I can see the clearing line to the west so maybe the day won't turn out so bad. Got .26" of rain overnight and a total of .01" for yesterday. That puts me up to .8" since the storms started rolling through, all nicely spaced out so everything has soaked right in the ground. Hope it all works out as well for you!!
51. TheRasberryPatch
1:52 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
sounds good blizz. i rather that we didn't have all that heavy rain this time. like i said i was concerned for my vegetable plants and them getting swamped.
hurigo - i fish and crab the back bays. no offshore fishing with my boat. it is a pontoon boat for cruising and fishing and crabbing. its been too long since i had some fresh steamed crabs. nothing like eating hot steamed crabs out on the table with everyone sitting and eating and talking and having a beer or two or three or...
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50. Zachary Labe
1:28 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
TheRasberryPatch- well can't always be pinpoint on Blizz. just don't make it a habit. : ) or i will be forced to listen to the weather channel. : )

Lol, I try to hit the next storm right on.
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49. Zachary Labe
1:13 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
hurigo- Have a good night sleep!
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48. hurigo
1:07 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
I suppose it is, but it's nothing like those Suffolk ones last week. I think everyone was very nervous today. I know I was a bit concerned.

Well I hope you all have a great weekend. Time for me to go "up the apples." (UK expression for go up the stairs and call it a night.) I think I'll be dreaming of good weather and crabcakes.
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47. Zachary Labe
1:05 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
***Recap not coming tonight, but it will be out later tomorrow. Sunday will feature new blog for possible light flood threat in southern Pennsylvania again for the next storm.
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46. Zachary Labe
1:04 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
hurigo- That is an impressive tornado in the picture from the link from North Carolina.
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45. hurigo
1:04 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
Patch, thanks for that explanation. That makes sense doesn't it? Sounds like you have a good trip planned. I haven't done off-shore, boat fishing in a long time. Been awhile since I've done the surf fishing too. I'm definitely going to have some crab cakes this weekend. HOpe you have a good trip.

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44. hurigo
1:01 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
Hello Bliz,
Storms were not too bad, especially in that no injuries were reported. One storm that blew through Elizabeth City took some trees down and shifted a home (I think a manufactured home) off the foundation.

Here's a link to that story.
Link
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43. Zachary Labe
12:47 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
hurigo- Good evening!!! Thanks for stopping by. Feel free to stop by anytime. Yes I saw tornado warnings for Virginia. Any damage in your area?
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42. TheRasberryPatch
12:46 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
the bluefish run north in the spring and back down the coast in the fall. i visit the beaches of maryland and delaware and try to fish the surf when the blues are running. i am going there next weekend to put my boat in and hopefully put in some crab pots. i love eating steamed blue crab. i make crab cakes year round.
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41. hurigo
12:20 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
I can tell you, though, that I am getting mighty hungry for some Chesapeake Blue Crab.
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40. hurigo
12:18 AM GMT on May 10, 2008
I haven't heard of the blue fish running, lately.
For some reason, I'm thinking that's more of a fall thing down here. I sure know what it looks like though, an unforgettable sight and real commotion going on when they're running.
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39. TheRasberryPatch
11:52 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
nice pictures hurigo of birds. have the bluefish made their run past your beach yet?
we didn't get the rain for this storm like the expert predicted. : ))
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38. hurigo
10:59 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
Hello Bliz,
Hope you're not having dangerous flooding.
We had tornado warning here till 9 am and some tornado warnings. I think there were verified tornadoes in Bertie NC and Fredericksburg VA--closer to your neck of the woods.

I don't think I mentioned before, I just adore the bleeding heart bush flowers and that pretty blue globe. Don't think I've ever seen that bush before.

Good weather to you.
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37. TheRasberryPatch
9:12 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
well can't always be pinpoint on Blizz. just don't make it a habit. : ) or i will be forced to listen to the weather channel. : )
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36. Zachary Labe
8:41 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
TheRasberryPatch- Yea my forecast did not quite go according to plan for the Lower Susquehanna Valley, lol. I will have an interesting map with my forecasted rain amounts under the actual amounts. Thanks for the report. I will use it in the map.
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35. TheRasberryPatch
8:35 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
hey Blizz. i was surprised that we didn't get as much rain, but am a bit pleased that it wasn't terribly hard and the garden loved it. the plants didn't get swamped and hopefully the sun will be out strong the next couple of days.
0.50" of rain.
i bet the eastern areas and coastline got a lot of rain.
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34. Zachary Labe
7:47 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
Please post your rain totals here...

I am making an interesting map of the actual totals against my rain map forecast.
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33. Zachary Labe
7:06 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
WeatherBobNut- Hey! Glad to see you checking in. Yes this May is shaping out to be wet and that is what I forecasted in my May outlook too. Hope to hear from you soon!!!

JDinWPA- So about a half inch there? Seems to go pretty well with my rain map, that is good.

TheRasberryPatch- My storm total is .62inches. Less than what I expected. I expected about 1inch for my area. Later today I will issue a storm recap. Saturday I will be setting up the flood formatted blog for the next storm for late Sunday into Monday.
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32. WeatherBobNut
2:15 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
Hey guys! Just thought i'd check in and say hello to all my WU friends, as you see, i've kinda vanished from here since the snowstorms are gone, but it doesn't mean i don't still check the radars! I'm a weather nut and i always will be. Glad to see all of you still here. Blizzard, quite a rain event! May is shaping up to be a very wet month here in the east. Well, take care guys and i will check in from time to time to say hello. God bless.

-Weather Bob
31. JDinWPA
1:03 PM GMT on May 09, 2008
Good morning Bliz. Nothing more than off and on sprinkles through the night. Maybe this will be it for us for a day and a half or so and the grass can get cut!
30. TheRasberryPatch
11:23 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Didn't get much rain here the last 24 hours. 0.20" and 0.18" has been since midnight. looks like the bulk of the rain hit closer to the coast and va and nc. i am sure we have a lot more to come the rest ofthe day
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29. JDinWPA
2:50 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Good evening Blizz. We got an additional .42" of rain overnight for a total of .53" since it moved in. Didn't rain during the daylight hours and now it's just been sprinkling for a while.

The others are right; this is a very good weather blog. Don't float away tomorrow!
28. charlesimages
1:05 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Have a good one B92! SLEEP WELL =D
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27. TheRasberryPatch
1:04 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
sounds good Blizz. i will keep my eyes and ears to the sky. hopefully, all anyone sees is rain this evening.
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26. Zachary Labe
1:02 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Signing out for the evening after another busy day. Have a great night!
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25. Zachary Labe
1:01 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
charlesimages-i don't wanna become a weather hermit!!
Lol!

jthal57- My dewpoint is rising too.
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24. Zachary Labe
12:59 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
TheRasberryPatch- Thanks. I am glad you enjoy it. I too love talking with others from all across the USA. I am interestingly watching those supercells in Virginia moving northeast. They are not weakening too fast. So I can not rule out a possible strong to severe thunderstorm in southern Pennsylvania. Keep an eye out tonight as these storms are big in rotation.
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23. charlesimages
12:58 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Well said TRP. I would be here more often myself, I don't get to half the blogs I used to anymore, I am making it a point to hang out in more blogs than just my own, i don't wanna become a weather hermit!!
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22. jthal57
12:58 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
No moon sighting here, Blizzard. But dewpoints a bit higher than we've seen in a while (mid 50's), or it seems that way.
21. TheRasberryPatch
12:56 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
wow, the moon is out and it is a rather nice evening here. calm before the storm, huh.
its a shame more bloggers don't come to your blog blizz. you do a great job and it is nice to converse with other people. i used to make comments on the weather or things i did in my blog, but i enjoy coming here too much.
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20. charlesimages
12:51 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Yep no problem.

Too many Cirrus clouds here, I cannot see the moon
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19. Zachary Labe
12:49 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
charlesimages- Thanks.
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18. charlesimages
12:47 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
I didn't look to see if the moon was out here or not.

Mike's right you do have a nice presentation here!
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17. Zachary Labe
12:41 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Strange night...The moon is out but the rain is not that far away. Disorganized north progression of clouds ahead of the system is likely to blame.
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16. Zachary Labe
12:20 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
WxWyz- Thankyou. Feel free to stop by anytime!
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15. WxWyz
12:14 AM GMT on May 09, 2008
Don't think I've ever mentioned to you that you have a great weather blog. Nice presentation!
14. charlesimages
11:31 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
Indeed it is, that's a very good thing
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13. Zachary Labe
11:27 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
charlesimages- Yes, lets hope so. Western Virginia is much more rural than eastern, so a guess that is a good thing.
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12. charlesimages
11:21 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
They aren't used to that kind of weather down there, I hope they all take cover if it gets bad. We don't want to see another event like last time. The timing is better for the sake of the people getting out of work etc.
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11. Zachary Labe
11:17 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
charlesimages- Yea I know, crazy stuff. This time the threat is for western Virginia and no eastern Virginia like last time.
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10. charlesimages
11:14 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
Virginia under the gun AGAIN? Jeeze..
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9. Zachary Labe
11:13 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
TheRasberryPatch- You may want to have it on for just in case. For instance an unexpected tornado touched down in Ohio today.
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8. TheRasberryPatch
11:09 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
do i need to have my weather radar on this evening? it is warm and humid out and wonder if it will have an impact on any severe weather here. i am guessing since the flood watch is issued for early friday am we won't see any rain until later this evening.
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7. Zachary Labe
11:03 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
Tornado watch issued to our south. But little severe weather threat is here in Pennsylvania. But these are the thunderstorms I alluded to in my discussions they may move northward and enhance southern Pennsylvania's rainfall.

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6. TheRasberryPatch
10:46 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
radishes should be fine. they are so hardy. i usually throw away radishes because i am the only one that eats them and after about 200 you kind of get tired of them. they are a great aerator and if those die you can always plant more and in no time you will have more. : )
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5. Zachary Labe
10:31 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
TheRasberryPatch- Yea I just noticed my radish seedlings are coming up and they are less that .5inches high. I hope they do not get damaged.
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4. TheRasberryPatch
10:27 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
blizz nice job with the blog. i hope our gardens don't get washed out. my plants for te most part are babies.
i remember that january very well blizz. i was in sykesville, md in a new development and the plow stopped at the top of our road and no one could get out for 2 days when the developer brought in a front end loader to pick the snow up and deposit it off the road. and then another 2 storms hit during that week only to have a warm spell the next week with 2" of rain. the flooding throughout the mid atlantic was incredible.
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3. charlesimages
8:40 PM GMT on May 08, 2008
That's lucky though, good thing! My home never floods either, living on high ground up here.

Hope you get to see the sun that's always a happy time, blue sky, sunshine, and hopfully warm temps!
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