Observations and occasional comments about San Diego county weather - nature - and the world around us.
By: WatchinTheSky , 7:51 PM GMT on May 16, 2010
May 21 Friday, 10ish AM
One month til summer, we are solid into May gray. Thursday was a break from most of the gray, it is back today and looks to stay for the weekend. We should drop 10 degrees by Sunday - a good day to get some work done in the garden.
May 16 noonish
We are settling into the late spring May gray weather pattern which for the inland valleys generally means morning low clouds burning off by 10-11 AM. The coast will be later to see el sol come around. We should be mid 70s to 80 inland, though next week late we may spike up a bit. Dinner on the patio is great this time of year.
The two desert willows are fully leafed out and the first blooms of this season are out. I hope an early bout with aphids does not cause a diminished showing.
The apricot mallow must have enjoyed the rains this spring --
The weather is pretty prime for the chelonians residing in the side yard.
There are plenty of fresh sprouts and crawly things, depending on your preference!
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