Friday, April 27, 2012


I've been using Weatherspark for all things related to gardening this year and really love the site.  It allows you to customize the weather information you want to see.... and you avoid the incessant fluff and most weather sites bombard you with.  I love the fact that it shows temperature curves so not only do you see when the daily highs, and lows, will be reached, but you can also look at when the precipitation will start, what the wind speed and direction will be.  All important stuff if you are trying to manage 100+ plants in a cold frame in March and April. 

Check it out for sure. 

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