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Stream In January

Stream In January

Monday, December 7, 2009

Brrrr.....

Snow fell all Saturday morning and after it stopped the temperatures dropped dramatically. We awoke to 17 on Sunday morning but it was a nice, balmy 27 today. I haven't seen a bee for more than a week now, but when I rap on the side of the hives I can hear a gentle hum from inside both. More rain is forecast for the week but with the rain comes warmer temperatures and maybe some breaks when the bees can get out for a while. If they want to do some ice skating, the fountain will be the perfect spot!

3 comments:

Ngaio said...

Corr Lynn - it is 24 celsius here today, not sure what that is in your temps, but lovely and warm, not hot,just nice for me - I love early summer before it gets to hot and everything goes to pot and wilts.
I cleaned out the TB tonight after work, will post tomorrow ..

Barbara's Spot on the Blog said...

Is it safe to leave the fountain out all winter? I left mine out for years but then one particuarly cold winter it got a crack in it.
We're anticipating our first snow storm tonight. Let's hope it all blows over :)

Mark's Bee-Haven said...

Hey Lynn! We got our first taste of winter weather here in the Triad on Friday night and it should end on Saturday. Its anywhere from 8-10 inches of snow here and now it is sleeting. I know you all were supposed to get more than us. Hopefully you all are snuggly warm there and you're bees are well!