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    Quote Originally Posted by NQ6U View Post
    Damp.

    Almost 3" of rain over the course of the storm. Keep in mind that the average yearly rainfall for this place is 10".
    Last month we got a month's worth of rain twice, 10 days apart. Today we are once again receiving a nearly a month's worth.

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    Happy Easter.
    80º, humid, slight wind and pollen for days!

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    Since august last year almost every month brought 2 x the normal amount of rain...
    A prolonged Autumn so to say, hope his month Spring really arrives..
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    We’re over 135% of our average rainfall so far this season, with more on the way over the weekend. That’s two wet winters in a row. All the reservoirs are at capacity and there’s a good snowpack in the Sierra Nevada, something that’s uncommon for California.
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    All the world’s a stage, but obviously the play is unrehearsed and everybody is ad-libbing his lines. Maybe that’s why it’s hard to tell if we’re living in a tragedy or a farce.

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    I don't have any statistics for this, but it certainly does seem that we here in the (rain) forest are running a little behind in the water aspect this year again. Things are changing and it isn't hard to see if one is paying attention.

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