Tag Archives: Wind Damage

Emerald Palo Verde Tree Limb Damaged by Monsoon Rainstorm in July – 2014 – to Be Removed Today in February – 2015 – as Steve Turns His Attention to Outside Work –

I wonder what our Emerald Palo Verde tree will look like when Steve completes this project. At the time the storm winds broke one of its high limbs, Steve’s deteriorated hip joint prevented him from performing the movements involved in tree trimming. After hip replacement surgery, Steve is … Continue reading

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How Did We Miss the Damage Caused by the Monsoon Rainstorm Wind – I Opened the Blinds to Enjoy My Backyard View and Found it Distorted – High Winds Had Toppled A Very Large Limb of our Emerald Palo Verde Tree –

The beautiful Oleander display I watched from my kitchen window is replaced with this sad predicament. I hope we can get it taken care of soon. More monsoon weather may be coming. In the middle and slightly to the right … Continue reading

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Sky Watch Continues for Me – More Arizona Monsoon Skies – Found a Few Facts about Monsoon – Monsoon Is Not a Storm – So – What Is It – Read and Learn –

Monsoon is not a word that means storm. It comes from the Arabic word mausim, which means season or wind shift. We are in a season called monsoon. If we have a severe thunderstorm, it may be called a monsoon … Continue reading

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