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MID-ATLANTIC WEATHER WATCH FOR JUNE

Severe STORMS (1,2,3); fair and very warm (4,5,6,7). More severe STORMS (8,9,10) turning fair and very warm again (11,12,13,14,15,16). STORMS (17,18,19) with fair and very warm weather (20,21, 22); STORMS (23,24,25) Fair and hot (26,27,28,29,30).

     

GARDENING ACTIVITIES

FOR  JUNE



A THOUGHT 
FOR TODAY'S LIVING 

Gardens are for all ages: to the young, for hope of the future; the elderly, for fond memories of the past, and for those in between, the rewards of a better life today.

WEATHER & ASTRONOMICAL QUESTIONS

Send your weather/astronomical questions to:
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ASK THE ALMANACK WEATHER PROGNOSTICATOR

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easoned weather prognosticator, Mr. Bill O'Toole stands ready to address all of your questions and comments regarding the weather, weather phenomenon, his yearly Conjecturer's ColumnEclipses for 2014, Morning & Evening Stars, and the very popular, Best Days for Planting, Weeding & Harvesting  Table or any of the other astronomical and calendar page data he has painstakingly calculated exclusively for The Almanack since the early 1970s.