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Discussion in 'Florida Lawn Care Forum' started by zturncutter, Dec 8, 2012.
Finally a bit of rain
Yea...little rain here too..but I'm not liking it....low 80s and humid early this week...I need everything to come to a complete STOP, not growing.
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.12 inches in my rain gauge. I was just on the western edge of the rain moving up from the south and, YA! humidity is back as well as dew points are back up.
1.2 here. Should cool off again mid week. Forecast is 50 degrees for Wed. night.
Better be warm down there I'm migrating on Friday. I'll be in Wellington for the winter.
Looks like 5/8 of an inch at my house last night. I have a big rain gage in my front yard. Today is 85 and sticky.
No rain here since october. Most lawns really could be cut every 3 weeks instead of 2. Now these warmer temps are bringing in weed growth.
Finally! Getting a little rain up here in NC FL today.
Glad to see it, just need some cooler weather now to keep the weeds from taking off. Mulching leaves tomorrow with a lot less dust ball!
This warmer temp must drive the pest/ fert and squirt guys crazy. I am seeing weeds everywhere. I can see the calls coming in now.
Yuck! No real rain, but these have been the most uncomfortable few days I can ever recall in December.