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Re:Weather thread 2020/05/10 11:39:00 (permalink)
Long range forecast is saying 70's starting this coming weekend until ???,spring will finally arrive!!!!
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Re:Weather thread 2020/06/28 07:12:30 (permalink)
Ok. Told you all I have the worst luck with weather. We stay home working around the house and it's sweltering heat with no rain for weeks.
We go on vacation and its rainy and cool forecast all week.
Yesterday we pulled into camp at 2 pm it starts pouring. Rains hard until 7pm and we get a nice fire going for s'mores. Crashed by 9pm as everyone was tired from driving.
Today it looks clear until late afternoon then rain. Monday- Thursday looks like rain 80%
We'll see how it goes.
I need clams !!

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Re:Weather thread 2020/06/28 07:58:51 (permalink)
Good luck filling the freezer!  sounds like fun...
 
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 14:03:40 (permalink)
stock up- be prepared for a few days without power- dangerous flooding predicted
 
Ok sooo- as of now we got about 1/16 inch of rain a bit of stiff breeze and radar shows this is about all she wrote.
 
Some got a lot more but those things on top were what we were told here.
 
Woulda liked an inch of rain.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 15:22:00 (permalink)
Whooooops-
Just after my last had 20 mins of nice rain and the winds picked up.
Rains stopped and spotty sun with big winds on the tail of the  storm outa that green ya see on radar- they are still coming .
 
Lost a few big limbs lol- chainsaw for a few days and a number of leafy branch trips to the landfill.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 17:00:29 (permalink)
We got tornado warnings but they fizzled. A huge gully washer that turned my pig pen into a swimming pool. My pool gained about 3" water which is good.
Some limbs down on drive home. Looks like the backend of storm is just 50 miles south of us. Moving the canning to indoors tonight.
I'll take the rain because it dosen't look like anything in store for the next 7 days.
Stay safe folks

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 17:48:48 (permalink)
It rained po pretty much all day in Syracuse. Will check on amount here soon

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 18:05:06 (permalink)
My neighbors measuring gizmo said we got bout 2/10 of a lousy inch.
The most in weeks though.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 18:07:32 (permalink)
We got 5-6 inches but very little wind.so all my preparation for power outage issue was not needed.However,all the streams and creeks are flooding more than I've seen here in a long time.Took a ride to see what the Little Lehigh looked like and it was flooding more than I can remember.The local trout nursery on the LL was flooded so it looks like the LL got a stocking of trout.Too bad most of the trout were small.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/04 18:51:18 (permalink)
It seems to have passed with blue skies on the horizon. Still little windy but not terrible.
Just a guess, about 1.5" rain. Creeks are ok just muddy.
Got some vacuum sealing to do and I'm done for tonight on farm aid

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/05 08:31:16 (permalink)
Guess I just live in the right spot-
 
bout 5 yrs ago there was  huge downburst that resulted in very heavy damage to  part of our town just to my North and my place had nothing whatsoever.
3 yrs ago the tornado missed me by about 800 yards to my South- that too caused VERY  bad damage to many.
Yesterday - although I had a few limbs drop and a lot of leaves I essentially had no damage-
now this AM read that hundreds of thousands in Ct are without power and suffered heavy damage.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/05 19:38:59 (permalink)
We got around 2 inches I guess. Stuff has grown overnight. First ear of corn was good enough to eat raw , but not quite done. Cabbage , eggplant, broccoli all good. Second run of beans soon. Taters seem to be doing well and the bugs aren't too bad.

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/07 10:06:53 (permalink)
I'm back on line with power and internet after being without for over 60 hours.  Many in the mid Hudson region and east into CT are still without power.  Thankful for the Generac 22KW standby generator we installed nearly two years ago. 
  
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/09 11:30:20 (permalink)
5 days since the storm and still 165,000 people out of power here in ct.
They say MOST will have it back by Tuesday.
Everyone running around chasing who to blame.
 
My 2 cents--
I live in a town with Ct cheapest power rates and its own power co. no problems with long term outage.
 
Reason - Tree trimming on a regular basis.
In the town where I lived and was in politics every time ya wanted to cut a tree all the huggers showed up and complained to the point of LONGGG periods and hearings before said trimming, if at all.
Cant have it both ways.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/16 10:31:41 (permalink)
OK - no measurable rain in weeks- temps generally in the low 90's with a breeze- everything is dried out and dead.
Soooo today its supposed to RAIN- GRREAT.
Wellll we got a slight little drizzel for bout a half hour - not enough to even wet under shrubs and flowers.
Hmmm the radar had shown a great long ball of nice green rain coming--back to the putor to see whats up.
Radar shows the nice green ran has split with heavy rain just to my North and heavy rain just to my South and a line of nothing a couple of miles wide in between.
This open no rain area goes on  many miles with some rain at the tail end--
We will see,
 
Most all my apples have fallen all dried out and small- my neighbors grapes in his vineyard are tiny and drying out  on the vine- leaves are dried and falling off shrubs and small trees.
Only good thing is hardly no bugs or mosquitos.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/16 12:09:34 (permalink)
We've got rain every night except the past 3. Its grey and low humidity out today and evenings are cooling down. Our streams are extremely low but it seems the ground is finally holding moisture. I'd say we are surely on the backside of summer. I'll take that as long as the chilly winds of winter don't blow to soon. Give me lows of high 20' and highs of mid 30's with 3" snow starting first week
Of November and I'll be happy.
After Thanksgiving, heck could freeze over and I'll be in a heated shanty on ice.
Since 2020 started in the dumpster, let's hope it goes out on top.

Tons work today with sheetrock.
Bye

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/16 16:18:56 (permalink)
It rained - nice slow soaking ,likey not an inch but
rain at last.-
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/17 10:27:33 (permalink)
OK-- neighbors gage says a hair under 3/10 of an inch-Better than nothing  but likely Wednesday will be watering again.
That makes just over a half inch for about 5 weeks of temps in the high 80s and 90s with very little rain prior to that.
My strawberries are alive only because of heavy occasional watering--- neighbors all dried up and are gone.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/17 17:00:05 (permalink)
Ok, now we are on day 5 without rain. Just set up the sprinklers for the garden.
Not seeing anything on radar in terms of percipation this week. It seems temperatures and humidity will be lower which is good.

Since we now have to eat dinner early ( by 6pm ) I gotta run. It really messes up my routine of working till dark and eating later but such is life.

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/17 18:39:53 (permalink)
Retract.
Its pouring out. 👍

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/18 09:14:29 (permalink)
Here too- thankfully-
Nice unexpected thunderstorms last night producing almost half an inch
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/18 10:29:34 (permalink)
Pool is full

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/18 11:08:19 (permalink)
Now it will turn green with algea  because of all that untreated water throwing it outa balance and ya will have to shock the dickens out of it, happens every time lol.
My kids and grandkids moved further away and I got older and moved too- no mo pool - wow did I save money and time lol.
Was GREAT for many years though.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/18 16:45:23 (permalink)
I wanted to fill the pool in about 5 years ago when it needed a new liner and nobody but me was doing the maintenance. Wife overruled me saying the grandkids love it and she would help maintain. Well, yes the wife, kids and grandkids are in it everyday but I've still yet to get help with maintenance.
The only time I have problems with water turning green is if I add chlorine the same time I add town water. Our town water is high in iron, magnesium and chlorine.
Rain water has zero effect as long as ph,and chlorine levels are correct.
Last night's rain had no effect and while picture dosen't look it ( sun angel and tree foliage shadow) its crystal clear right now and not a chemical bath.
I'm glad we didn't fill it in and we actually have plans to build a bathhouse attached.

Weather, PERFECT !!

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/18 17:22:50 (permalink)
Glad you finally got some rain! And I have enjoyed the bit of break in humidity finally, though still gets to you quick when working outside mid day.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/25 20:00:36 (permalink)
Huge thunder boomer last night with tons of rain

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Re:Weather thread 2020/08/27 19:16:06 (permalink)
 
Been raining here for a few hours now.
Certainly more rain than we have had in at least a couple of months combined -which was  less than an inch.
Guess this is the end of the Drought warnings.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/09/13 12:18:56 (permalink)
Looking at radar and it looks like rain is falling on Salmon country,I hope it helps rhe water level!Then there s the storm in the south,maybe rhat will push some rain into New York.
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Re:Weather thread 2020/09/13 14:46:03 (permalink)
Too little too late, like half an inch fell

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Re:Weather thread 2020/09/14 16:39:16 (permalink)
Yeah I was up this past weekend checking out the Oswego; not too many fish in the river but, with the rain and cooler temps , shouldn’t be long now !!
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