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  1. There’s a Brooke that runs by my house before entering into a lake and I can gauge the amount of rain from it. It’s been continuously high for awhile now. There have been times like after Floyd in 99 where it got higher (and actually rearranged the landscape quite a bit), but it has been flowing good.
  2. https://hudsonvalleyweather.com/rainfall-recap-the-summer-of-soggy-soak/
  3. I have moss growing on my roof.
  4. Can’t come soon enough. This, in my memory is the worst stretch of weather. Just putrid. Sure there have been cold , wet, hot, whatever, periods, but this warm cloudy humid for 6 weeks nonsense is beyond the pale.
  5. I've noticed the leaves on the maples are more brown than yellow.
  6. I rode a little yesterday in the mist. It was wet. fwiw-went to Wilkins orchard in Yorktown and it was packed this morning. cleared up around 3. Got hot instantly.
  7. I’ve heard of that fair. Big thing. soaked here. Bike cancel.
  8. Thanks. What a gloomy day. Misting on and off.
  9. What’s the status of the foliage up north? All green down here with the maples just starting to turn a little. Thinking of heading up to the Poughkeepsie to walk over that bridge.
  10. Hitman

    Tornado/Severe Threat 10/2/18

    I was northbound on the taconic at around 6:15 it was coming down from pleasantville north past the croton reservoir. Boomers again now.
  11. Hitman

    Tornado/Severe Threat 10/2/18

    Same here. Quite the downpour with a lot of lightening. Roads flooded.
  12. Drove from the Bronx to croton. It’s crazy town in southern westchester. Took me almost 2 hours what’s usually 45 minutes.
  13. Hitman

    Hurricane Florence Catch all Thread

    Actually, I was up in vt for Irene. That was biblical. We were trapped in the mrv for 3 days before there was any road access into or out of the valley. The destruction along the mad river was incredible. We were staying at about 2000’ and so had no clue of the devastation until we ventured out the following morning.
  14. Hitman

    Hurricane Florence Catch all Thread

    Ha, I was just thinking the same thing. I had just moved into my house a few months before. Massive flooding here. There is a brook that runs through the property. The runoff from Floyd completly rearranged it, ripping rocks and earth from an old dam and one bank and depositing it downstream. It was crazy town. Have t seen it like that since.