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Posted By thewoodlands,
Jun 26, 2013 at 11:45 AM
Yowser! I'll bet she is busy in this heat wave. If I lived in that area it would be underground.
Ive got cousins in Phoenix. They reported 117 yesterday.
They really received a chit load of rain in Chapel Hill NC on Sunday.
Hardest rain I've seen in a good while here. 2"/hr a few times already and its only noon time. Crazy. Will get the boat ready I think
I'm thinking the heavy rain will stay southeast of us, this round.
It looks like Saranac Lake NY & Vermont will get the worst of this first round.
We may break a record here today. Thank goodness we get the cooling effect of nearby Puget Sound. Ironically, Ft. Worth set a record low this morning of 62. We were 64F this AM.
Family in Wichita Falls, Tx North of Ft. Worth say the city is having to draw up Phase 4 drought regs because they have never been past Phase 3 before. They are now.
Word around here is call me if it stops raining. I am running the sump pump every 6-8 hours.
This is the sixteen thousand acre lake south of the town I was raised in.
So far not a drop here, that will change. They say it might stop by the end of the week.
When was that photo taken?
That's a shallow lake. Guess it doesn't look good for boating season there.
We're in the H/W/O area.
it's been raining like mad here, too. We've gotten a couple inches the past 24 hours, supposed to be pop-up storms and training storms all week long, right thru the weekend!
Last year. The whole lake is completely dry now.
Lots of it is a lot deeper. With a dam and spillway. That aren't of much use now.
once the polar ice caps melt, it'll fill back in.....eventually....
There were 2 different tornado watches here between 2:30 and 4:15 pm today in our county. One cell had a rotation starting to form so it was a close call just south of us. Tense moments for a bit here. Tropical downpours too. Doppler radar is the best thing since sliced bread.
Lawn looks great on the plus side. Wood seasoning is just not happening that rapidly.
That sucks big time.
Just started raining here (not hard) we might get some of the heavy stuff tomorrow.
Below is a list of June rainfall records set with old records in parenthesis:
Augusta, Ga. - 10.83 inches (10.59 inches in 2004
Massena, N.Y. - 7.72 inches (6.27 inches from 1993)
Montpelier, Vt. - 8.35 inches (8.25 inches from 2006)
Wilmington, Del. - 13.66 inches (9.90 inches from 2003)
Philadelphia, Pa. - 10.55 inches (10.06 inches from 1938)
Evac frankfort, mohawk, herkimer NY, mudslides, people trapped in house, water rising per scanner radio. Is this near you Zap? Hope everyone is safe out there
We are about 4 hours north if not more.
High and dry here, so far.