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Author Topic: DR284 Mo 05/03 tornadoes  (Read 5421 times)

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Re: DR284 Mo 05/03 tornadoes
« Reply #20 on: May 17, 2003, 08:34:07 PM »
   So OK, do you happen to remember the site www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/soilmst/img/loop_wanom.gif  ?  :D

  The reference to it was a long time ago- but it is very useful..I was looking at how wet Mo. seems right now and wondering where that fit with the tornadoes.

  I don't get any great enlightenment, but I DID step back one and found the parent directory, which is functional (heh heh..)

  That's always fun to do because of what you can find. So look at just www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/soilmst/img/  .

  There are a lot more looks at the same data and you aren't confined to the loop (which moves too fast for my brain..). My primary interests are the fire danger and the crop implications, but..hmm..lw
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Re: DR284 Mo 05/03 tornadoes
« Reply #21 on: May 20, 2003, 08:28:10 AM »
   Safely home! Thank you all for your concern and good wishes.

   The animals are doing well, the asparagus is up and so are the peas. Touring the perennials, I am thrilled to see that the goldenseal that had died back last year seems to be back!! Now to see if the ginseng comes up..

  Maine has its own charm. Spring is dancing right now, and about time. The black flies, of course, are out..I have to give catnip oil a good trial this year as compared to DEET. I keep remembering it when I am already outside..well, the catnip itself is up, so I could try crushed leaf I suppose, just as we (ineffectively) use sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina I think that one is).

  Most of my little transplants from WV have returned- calamus, mint, and squawweed. Sassafrass will have to wait til next time.. :)  lw
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