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  1. jpbart

    Searching for Fall

    I know that not likely to happen, but DAMN, that would be fun. Artic Hammer!
  2. jpbart

    August 2018 Observations

    0.22" over 23 days. Most of that 0.15 was 10 days ago. We are getting very dry with ever more dry ahead.
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    August 2018 Observations

    0.02, haven't had decent rain in a while. Starting to dry out a bit overall.
  4. jpbart

    2018 Banter Thread

    Condolences for the loss of your beloved pet, especially the manner that it happened.
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    August 2018 Observations

    Very loud and stormy last evening but only 0.15 in the rain bucket.
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    August 2018 Observations

    0.56 this morning, I can not recall a period of rainy weather quite like this, amazing.
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    August 2018 Observations

    0.19” this morning in the rain gauge. 4.96” over the last 6 days, 6.53” over the last two weeks. Yards pretty much run from very soggy to standing water with clouds of mosquito vermin in waiting.
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    August 2018 Observations

    1.64” today. Damn it’s getting soggy around here.
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    August 2018 Observations

    1.68" this morning, finally getting on the action around here.
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    July 2018 Observations

    0.41" yesterday
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    July 2018 Observations

    0.91 1.52 for the week.
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    July 2018 Observations

    0.61 yesterday, have yet to cash in on the rain like some people have. Hoping for a bit more today, it's been getting pretty dry around these parts.
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    2018 Banter Thread

    Happy 4th everyone!
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    June 2018 Obs

    1.92” of rain over three days, really doesn’t get much better than that with a cool breezy morning to boot.
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    June 2018 Obs

    Heat index forecast to be up around 110. Need to soak yourself with the hose to survive cutting the lawn. Can’t wait until the real dog days of summer in July.
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