Zone 5 stretches from Maine to Missouri to Utah and even to Colorado. However, the local climates among these locations are all different. Each location has unique environmental factors that also affect the growing season. These factors include soil, number of frost-free days, rainfall amounts, summer heat levels, soil moisture, humidity, and day length. | Gardening Tips for Growing a Vegetables in Maine Zone 5 | Grow a Good Life
Your CURRENT Local Weather Forecast Here Weather Alert Flood Advisory issued November 03 at 9:50AM CDT by NWS San Angelo THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SAN ANGELO HAS ISSUED A * URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY FOR... FISHER COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL TEXAS... NORTHERN NOLAN COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL TEXAS... * UNTIL 1245 PM CDT * AT 946 AM CDT...DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED HEAVY RAIN DUE TO THUNDERSTORMS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS ON TOP OF ALREADY WET SOILS BETWEEN 1 TO 2 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH…
CULLMAN COUNTY WEATHER: SATURDAY - December 3rd CLOUDY, COOL - 100% CHANCE OF NIGHTTIME RAIN - High 55° TODAY: Cullman County’s weather goes cloudy today with a high temperature of 55° and a gentle and cool north-northeast wind around 5 mph. Sometime after 3 pm, there is a 70% chance of precipitation. You can look for rainfall amounts between one-tenth and one-quarter of an inch.
Acid Rain Acid rain is caused when acid gases rise into the sky and mix with the clouds, this causes the clouds ‘absorb’ the acid gasses and when the clouds produce rain, it falls with a higher than normal level of acidity. Rain is naturally acidic, but acid gasses make it even more acidic. Acid gasses are mainly caused by humans burning fossil fuels like coal and oil; but nature also creates these gasses with volcanoes.