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Broods XIII & XIX emerging together for the first time since 1803. Billions (possibly at the trillion level) of them going to make for a noisy next month across our SW sub. That's quite a lot of cicadas. Wow! 

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7 hours ago, Brian D said:

Broods XIII & XIX emerging together for the first time since 1803. Billions (possibly at the trillion level) of them going to make for a noisy next month across our SW sub. That's quite a lot of cicadas. Wow! 

Frankly, it's not that big a deal down this way. Life exaggerated, again.

 

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A very early summer like day with temps around 70-72, and dews around 60-62. Winds out of the S around 10mph. Feels great with the higher humidity. Got some Sun on the deck. I'll take aftrn temps like this all summer. :) 

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3 hours ago, OrdIowPitMsp said:

Scattered showers most of the day here. Temps bouncing between 64-66 all day. Looks like more organized rain is moving in to cap off a very wet month. 

Ending up with below-normal rainfall for the month, despite 15 days with measurable rainfall for May.

Definitely in for a crappy weekend to start June tomorrow.

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7 hours ago, weatherbo said:

... wind keeping bugs at bay.

I thought that was what the chickens were for, other than fresh eggs for breakfast more often than not.

76 at KIND today also but our dews were only in the low 40's.  You win today!

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20 minutes ago, bowtie` said:

I thought that was what the chickens were for, other than fresh eggs for breakfast more often than not.

76 at KIND today also but our dews were only in the low 40's.  You win today!

They'll eat worms and some crawling bugs but they're not gonna chase down a flying bug.  They are peckers.

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