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From: Kirsten (koshugi)12/5/04 7:48 PM 
To: All  (1 of 6) 
When I went out for my run I saw a couple flowers in full bloom on a salmon berry bush, but snow is in forecast for tomorrow! We've had buds on the trees for a while because we had a little warm spell, but usually when they get confused like that they fall off when it gets colder again. I've never seen flowers in full bloom in late autumn here like that....It was beautiful to see them in the midst of everything else being barren, but a little unnerving.
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From: Tarty (RAVENGIL) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host12/7/04 11:47 AM 
To: Kirsten (koshugi)  (2 of 6) 
 9168.2 in reply to 9168.1 

This early winter had been pretty crazy here too. It's very unseasonably cold this year, but friends have reported their lilacs starting to bloom-- that's a spring thing.

Very weird


From: Kirsten (koshugi)12/8/04 1:05 PM 
To: Tarty (RAVENGIL) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (3 of 6) 
 9168.3 in reply to 9168.2 
I go to a science forum; I'll ask there maybe someone knows?

From: GreyHawk (greyhawk121) Posted by host12/11/04 11:31 PM 
To: Kirsten (koshugi)  (4 of 6) 
 9168.4 in reply to 9168.3 

Here's some info for you:

Guardian Unlimited - Special Report archive on Global Warming

Spring sprung weeks earlier as Britain heats up
This comes from the Guardian archive, and particularly addresses your inquiry...

Picture is of a Red-Tailed Hawk, light morph immature, from

Edited to break out one of the Guardian links as the third item listed.

  • Edited 12/11/2004 11:42 pm ET by GreyHawk (greyhawk121)

From: Kirsten (koshugi)12/12/04 1:43 AM 
To: GreyHawk (greyhawk121)  (5 of 6) 
 9168.5 in reply to 9168.4 
I've bookmarked this post. Thank you Grey Hawk!

From: GreyHawk (greyhawk121) Posted by host12/12/04 8:07 AM 
To: Kirsten (koshugi)  (6 of 6) 
 9168.6 in reply to 9168.5 

>> I've bookmarked this post. Thank you Grey Hawk! <<

You're welcome. :)

Picture is of a Red-Tailed Hawk, light morph immature, from


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