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MID-ATLANTIC WEATHER WATCH FOR JANUARY

Windy, cold, lake-effect snow (1,2,3) turning fair but very cold (4,5,6,7,8,9). Light snow, mainly in the northern part of the region (10,11,12) again, turning fair, but very cold (13,14,5,16). Windy, cold, with some lake-effect snow (17,18,19) returning to fair and rather cold temperatures (20,21,22,23,24). Light snow in the north (25,26,27); fair, rather cold (28,29,30,31.

GARDENING ACTIVITIES

FOR JANUARY 



A THOUGHT 
FOR TODAY'S LIVING 

          "The next twelve months offers us a 
          world of promise; it all depends on 
          each one of us and how much we are  
          willing to give of ourselves to help 
           make it a better world”

                         John Gruber (1768--1857)
  

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