We just got back from five days in the Central Valley and Reno, where it was anywhere from 95 – 105 every single day. Except for that one day when there was a torrential thunderstorm, some flash flooding, and – yep! – hail on Donner Pass.
We’re now safely back in the 70-degree Easy Pleasey Bay, but I’m noticing all wasn’t quite right while we were gone. Stuff like this:
Oh – and this:
Can’t forget this!
Now, I know we don’t have your typical “seasons” here in the Bay Area, but this just don’t seem right to me…
Anyway, outlook for 5,000 more figs before winter rains is GOOD.