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It's March...and even though we probably have a few more winter weather threats ahead...it's time to launch the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Severe Wx thread. Pattern stuff can go in here, discussion leading up to events and more. Same guidelines as past years. Thread will probably idle for a month or two - let's hope for some general excitement this year.
Since we are taking a brief hiatus from winter for the next period of time...and since there is some small instability and good shear available tomorrow (see SPC discussion for day 2) - I figured we'd get a super early start on our 2018 Mid-Atlantic Severe Wx thread. Let's see how badly we can fail this year with storms splitting around DC, storms missing the area entirely, and our typical gusty showers from a pencil thin line. As bad as winter weenies are around here - I think our severe weather folks are even more desperate Ready? Go.
I've been bitten by the gardening bug more and more every year. Living in PA and working in DC was especially torturous this time of year when the cherry blossoms and beets would be coming up, but we still were snowy and muddy in PA. Since moving to Baltimore County last August I've been giddy at the prospect of turning our house into a gardeners dream. Last year we put in 60 soft and hard neck garlic plants and had a 95% success rate....only a few more months until harvest! Our vegetable garden this year: Lilac Bell Pepper Pink Berkeley Tie Dye Tomato Black Beauty Tomato Rutgers Tomato Dill Ace - Ukranian Cucumbers Brad's Atomic Grape Tomato Tomato, Cherokee Purple Tomato, Amish Paste Squash, Long Island Cheese Squash, Waltham Butternut Tomatillo, Purple Radish, French Breakfast Pepper, Jalapeno Traveler Strain Eggplant, Listada de Gandia Eggplant, Diamond Cucumber, Early Fortune Beet, Burpee's Golden Beet, Bull's Blood Assorted Sunflowers Assorted Poppies Moon & Stars Watermelons