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June Observations 2021


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It's about to storm again for about the 3-4th time today.

Last couple of days have been wet.

Rained decent yesterday and today.

 

Hopefully our dry season is over here.

Cause it's been hot and slow on getting the rainy season going. Almost have been on the verge of burning up.

 

 

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Anyone know how to get climate data from Franklin County airport? Our farmer up there says it’s the driest spring he’s ever had and it literally didn’t rain in April and they had just 1 thunderstorm in may. They have been unable to plant this year without irrigation 

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16 hours ago, NorthHillsWx said:

Anyone know how to get climate data from Franklin County airport? Our farmer up there says it’s the driest spring he’s ever had and it literally didn’t rain in April and they had just 1 thunderstorm in may. They have been unable to plant this year without irrigation 

Three day history for the airport is here:  https://w1.weather.gov/data/obhistory/KLHZ.html

Long range climate data for Franklin County is here:  https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/county/time-series/NC-069/pcp/1/5/1895-2021?base_prd=true&begbaseyear=1901&endbaseyear=2000

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57 minutes ago, magpiemaniac said:

June’s rain gauge is still stuck at 3.62”.  Dry as a bone for the last several days.  Maybe we can get something out of this tropical cyclone by Sunday or Monday if it’ll ever get it’s act together.

I really hope the rain materializes, but I’m not holding my breath :( 

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10 hours ago, jburns said:

Go ahead and hold it. I’ll bet you would look good in purple.

I’m really banking on the Euro, everything else essentially dissipates the low and drives any rain south and east of North Carolina. Per the GFS, our only rain chance in next 10 days would be some afternoon storms one day with the frontal passage. These 2-3 week gaps in any rainfall are not ideal 

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Ip

over an inch but it’s pouring too hard to go read the rain gauge to get a more accurate estimate. I can hear my grass and bananas sucking up the moisture and growing.  

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47 minutes ago, jpbart said:

Ip

over an inch but it’s pouring too hard to go read the rain gauge to get a more accurate estimate. I can hear my grass and bananas sucking up the moisture and growing.  

Just broke an inch here. 1.04” and still raining. Pretty dang happy and looks to rain off and on through tomorrow morning 

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33 minutes ago, Avdave said:

Finished up with 1.23" from Claudette. Pretty much what I thought.

Today it is a steamy humid day. Gross outside. 

Rainfall for June 5.37" MTD

Areas east of me are kicking my butt in June rainfall.  I’m at 3.83”.  :cry:  And RAH is already reducing my rain probabilities for tomorrow.  Models are shifting all the rain I was supposed to get to the east of me.  Talk about kicking a man while he’s down.

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2 hours ago, Avdave said:

Finished up with 1.23" from Claudette. Pretty much what I thought.

Today it is a steamy humid day. Gross outside. 

Rainfall for June 5.37" MTD

Agreed, 88/79 here right now. Feels miserable.

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