I keep expecting Noah's ark to float by, and I'm only half kidding when I say that.
The neighbor's pond always overflows after a heavy rain, but there isn't usually water standing in the fields beyond the neighbor's pasture as well.
As expected, the Prunus mume flowers and half open buds got zapped by last week's cold. I can't tell yet if the rest of the buds are OK. The witch hazel came through with flying colors. On Friday I thought the shriveled flowers were dead, but then they unfurled and look just as they did before the deep freeze.