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6 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Tblizz, I don’t forecast out of emotion. If that was the case, you’d average 15” of snow per winter.

I picture 3-5 Mets in a forecast office discussing rain chances and MREF probabilities, upper air patterns and mid-level lows, etc for several hours trying to figure out if it’ll rain or storm.

Meanwhile some dude in a hammock in a Taunton backyard is like “Wasting your time. Ain’t gonna rain.  Hasn’t in months, why would it now.”  And goes back to napping in the hammock.

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22 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

:lol: There was an earlier ICON run that clipped Methuen and Ray’s area hard while leaving all the rest of SNE out of it… and I was thinking that’s like Ray’s wet dream.  Something that spins back and dumps on him while 25 miles SW is smoking cirrus.

I think the current CMC does that :lol:

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3 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

We will all sit back and laugh at this when the epic December rains come

I was only 7/8 during the 64/65 drought but I remember our small clay lake ( off of Clay lane) which was fed by artesian water, totally dried up, so there is precedent for long term drought 

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5 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Of course lol but I am at 10% of normal last 9 months so how coarse is it really

I thought you were like the wettest spot for a while… when Scooter was bustin your balls over rain totals.  When was that?  

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1 minute ago, powderfreak said:

I thought you were like the wettest spot for a while… when Scooter was bustin your balls over rain totals.  When was that?  

1 rain storm dropped .78, he was drunk. Stunning day here. Pool dropped 9 degrees to 77

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

Check it out, 28 inches below last year 

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Oh and anything that falls immediately runs off. Same as Tblizz. Gonna need a 2 day soaker at minimum to saturate  the lawn. Have to say the girls under the auto irrigation have budded nicely. 

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4 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Check it out, 28 inches below last year 

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I just looked, it was June when your area did much better relatively to others in SNE. SE CT into adjacent RI.  Looks like you were just shy of 5” for June?

That must’ve been what I was remembering. 

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1 minute ago, powderfreak said:

I just looked, it was June when your area did much better relatively to others in SNE. SE CT into adjacent RI.  Looks like you were just shy of 5” for June?

That must’ve been what I was remembering. 

Yeah he got lucky. Into SE MA too.

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26 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Yeah can see that axis on Cocorahs.  Looks like it hasn’t rained since though.

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One storm 1.82 I think in June but yea over normal, vegetation max uptake that month so water tables fell quickly in July. It's crunchy dry now. 

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