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SueK commented that the rain we got yesterday was a lot of water. It is and it isn’t. I suppose if you live in California, it’s an awful lot. If you live in Mississippi it’s a drop in a bucket that averages about 60″ of rain per year +/- a hurricane or two. This is
I don’t think it’s going to rain here. The pressure is 1012hPa and rising. (48 hour low (1009) was yesterday at about 6pm.) We got 0.17″ rain over night. The wind speeds now are averaging 7mph with gusts up to 14. I’m not seeing how it gets here. I can promise you that if we
The radar images you see at the various weather sites are all “smoothed.” RAdio Detection And Ranging Radar is a detection system that uses radio waves to determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects. It can be used to detect aircraft, ships, spacecraft, guided missiles, motor vehicles, weather formations, and terrain. A radar system consists of a transmitter producing electromagnetic waves in the radio or microwaves domain, a transmitting antenna, a receiving antenna (often the same
More than a quarter of an inch so far and Missy is not happy about it. Missy’s self conception is that of a free spirit of a certain sort. But truth be told, she’s a creature of habit. It’s well past time for the morning run and she has a lot of pent up energy.
This is a Pyrex Percolator on the gas range at 3:30am. Photo take by flashlight light. (Was that sufficiently redundant?) For whatever reason Mr. Big Food and I awoke shortly after the power went out this morning. Fortunately– and as you may recall– we have experience dealing with power outages and know that one does
Find out more about the Firewise (via Mississippi Forestry Commission) According to the federal government’s crack weather service, our little county out here in rural Mississippi is now down 9-11″ of rain versus monthly averages since June. (The discrepancy is between the two nearest reporting stations.) That is a lot of water. It is dry.
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