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Originally posted by ofhumandescent
reply to post by Wide-Eyes
What are the odds?
I've never in my 59 years ever heard loud thunder or lightening crash with a sunny sky.
It was eerie to say the least.
Originally posted by Demoncreeper
Northern B.C., leaves on poplar trees were changing 2 weeks ago. In central, getting the odd cottonwood starting to change...but also LOTS of drying out dead trees. My apple tree, (Which I didn't prune this year) Started drying out. There is fruit, but the leaves are dying and brown. Lots of this happening. Can take a pic if interested.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
I think our strange weather hasn't stopped.
Lightening bugs just vanished one day in July .Usually I see stragglers through September.
Starting last week, trees are either just dropping leaves, or there are little dashes of red starting to show up, a month early.
I hoped an early, warm spring meant a nice long summer, but apparently it means an early fall as well.
I was wondering if anyone else has strange warning signs.
Not only weather, but the drought seems to be hard on the trees as well.