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    How's the weather at your place? - June 2019

    Welcome to the June 2019 weather thread!

    Many many extreme weather events in May - multiple tornados, devastating flooding, ecessive rainfall in other areas, and escessive heat. I think we are feeling some serious effects of climate change as we go from winter to summer.

    The June Full Moon is called the Full Strawberry Moon and is on the 17th. This Full Moon got its name from the Algonquin tribes in eastern North America who knew it as a signal to gather the ripening fruit of wild strawberries. It has also been known as the Honey Moon, Mead Moon, and the Full Rose Moon in Europe.
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    How's the weather at your place? - June 2019

    How's the weather at your place? - June 2019


    I'll let y'all know when June gets here.


    Tomorrow(June 1st) they say it'll be 72° for the low and 94° for the high temp. 20% chance of rain(I say zero) .

    It's been dry for at least two weeks now. Hope it stays that way for some time.
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    Got up to 96*, humidity running 55%, ended may with 6.58" rain.

    Amazingly dryish so far, we get a few rain events, but then plenty of days with drying and bright sun, not the
    rain everyday or everyother day and mostly cloudy like the last 2 years.

    Hope that pattern hangs in for a while.
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    50* this morning with our usual 100% humidity - calling for a high of 83* today with some thunderstorms coming in this evening.

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    My stats for May. Of note of course is the rainfall - we’re now 1.58” ahead of the average year to date.

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    I’m not sure our rain stats are accurate, new batteries are on my list to buy. 5.66” is what it’s telling me. 57° now, gray dreary and damp. Similar chance of storms as CT today. Calling for a high of 76°
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    Well June I hope is Dryer than May. Not sure of our stats either but it was wet. Not starting off good with storms expected on and off today and rain most of the days this week. Light rain overnight and partly cloudy now. 62 and high of 75 today.
    Sure would be nice to get a stretch of dry weather to be able to get some hay cut this month. If I remember right it was July last year before we got our first cutting. We’ll see.
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    64 this morning and clear skies. High today of 85, humidity is supposed to stay below 50% so it shouldn't feel too bad. Chance of a thunderstorm this evening.

    We didn't get any rain last night. The last week or so the rain has been just right, keeping the grass watered well yet not making the ground into soft mud. I'm conflicted....I like the nice green grass at home without watering but I wouldn't mind a dry spell so the grass at the chapel would slow down its growth and not need to be cut each week.
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    It's currently 64* and cloudy. I had 1" of rain last night and this morning. Still cant go more than a day or two with out rain.
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    Peaked out at 98* today, 60% humidity, rough out there, rough I tell ya!
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    61 this morning and clear skies. No storms last night. supposed to get up to 82 today and the humidity returns to the 65% level. We have a chance for thunderstorms this afternoon / evening again.
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