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What are the chances of freezing precipitation in Galveston County? - The Galveston County Daily News : Weather Watch

November 24, 2014

What are the chances of freezing precipitation in Galveston County?

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  • Stan Blazyk posted at 8:32 am on Thu, Jan 23, 2014.

    Stan Blazyk Posts: 94 Staff

    Update coming soon.

     
  • Jake Buckner posted at 6:11 pm on Wed, Jan 22, 2014.

    Jake Buckner Posts: 1716

    Unfortunately, papaya is one of the "trees" that doesn't do well in cold. We lost dozens of fruit, but the plants themselves probably survived.

    Oh well, they grow fast, so we'll take our chances again this year. Supposedly fruit that overwinters doesn't taste good anyway, so maybe losing them was for the best.

     
  • sverige1 posted at 2:15 pm on Wed, Jan 22, 2014.

    sverige1 Posts: 3709

    You are correct, IHOG. I believe they said that last December was "one of the coldest on record". That bodes well with the "chill hours" of many fruit trees.

     
  • IHOG posted at 1:36 pm on Wed, Jan 22, 2014.

    IHOG Posts: 2486

    Sounds like our peach trees may get enough chilling to produce again.