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49 minutes ago, SnoJoe said:

Just letting everyone know I survived tropical Storm Arthur. I actually had to go indoors for a few hours and it stinks in there. #cooperreleasethehousekeepers ! 

Hope you guys don't wash away. Someone is going to get some ridiculous totals by Thursday. My gauge back home is already at 1.89.

Glad your safe Joe! We will batten the hatches down here or release the boats one...

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Surprisingly, I've only gotten 0.68 inch out of this flow so far. However, as the orientation turns more SE to NW, I do expect a significant increase. I'm not complaining, though. I prefer my rainfall in sustained gentle showers rather than intense tropical downpours.

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Surprisingly, I've only gotten 0.68 inch out of this flow so far. However, as the orientation turns more SE to NW, I do expect a significant increase. I'm not complaining, though. I prefer my rainfall in sustained gentle showers rather than intense tropical downpours.

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2.69 down south of you. Got nailed last night as we had 1.19 at 11pm.


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11 minutes ago, strongwxnc said:

2.69 down south of you. Got nailed last night as we had 1.19 at 11pm.

Wow!  That's a two-inch difference in only a few short miles.  I don't guess we have any chance of seeing the sun until Friday, at the earliest.  Cool, rainy, cloudy weather for several days.  I can't complain too much for mid-May.

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2 hours ago, Met1985 said:

That is impressive! The precipitation has pretty much been training all day over the same areas.

Yep, it crested at just above 11.5 feet. If it rains like this tomorrow, which seems likely, it could get much much worse 

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48F this morning in Maggie. Unfortunately I do not see any break in this unsettled pattern throughout the next week and a half. Looks like a cut off upper low over NE Mexico and far West Texas this weekend and early next week will pump deep tropical moisture our way as our cold core cutoff upper low finally begins to fill in and slowly move out.

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