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    So far the storm ain't cranking, some shear and dry air coming into it from Alabama, Georgia and Florida from a
    mid level low pressure system.

    It's no way symmetrical with the most thunderstorms to the south of it, worst quadrant, northeast quadrant on hurricanes,
    basically free of thunderstorms so far.

    Longer the shear keeps up, the better off we are.

    Probably still going to get a bunch of rain regardless, maybe 20 inches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    So far the storm ain't cranking, some shear and dry air coming into it from Alabama, Georgia and Florida from a
    mid level low pressure system.

    It's no way symmetrical with the most thunderstorms to the south of it, worst quadrant, northeast quadrant on hurricanes,
    basically free of thunderstorms so far.

    Longer the shear keeps up, the better off we are.

    Probably still going to get a bunch of rain regardless, maybe 20 inches.
    That’s the way I read it also - it’s going to be more of a rain event than anything.

    To me 20” of rain is just unfathomable - even 10”. We get anything more than 2” in a 24 hour period and we have major issues.

    What I don’t understand is where does all the water goes. I am assuming your area is mostly flat. With 10” or 20” of rain, where does it all go? How and where does it all drain?

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    66* this morning with heavy fog and our usual 100% humidity. The front came through dry yesterday evening - just waiting for the cooler/drier air to push into the hollow. Calling for a high of 78* today.

    Looks like we may have 5 days without rain. Then the remnants of OC’s storm come up this way bringing the humidity....

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    To me 20” of rain is just unfathomable - even 10”. We get anything more than 2” in a 24 hour period and we have major issues.

    What I don’t understand is where does all the water goes. I am assuming your area is mostly flat. With 10” or 20” of rain, where does it all go? How and where does it all drain?

    I agree CT, same here and have wondered this too.



    We had a downpour yesterday morning, 0.15". Then the day was quite nice, 79° was the high we got to. Today is cooler, high of 74°. Our low was 60° overnight. It sure felt nice walking out the door this morning, cooler temp and lower humidity.
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    Nice cool low humidity morning here. 64 now and high of 80. Trying to take advantage of this low humidity and get something’s done as heat and humidity supposed to start creeping up. Next week looks terrible with high heat and humidity.
    Looks like a week of doing no more than I have to outside.

    Cp and Coaltrain was also wondering where the he”” does all that water go:. Everyone effected by Barry, please stay safe.
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    80° and climbing. Winds from the East/Northeast at 10-14 mph and will increase during the day; and into Saturday.

    The local weather station is telling us to expect up to 20" of rain(or possibly more) over the next few days.



    I do have fuel for the generator and beer in the fridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    80° and climbing. Winds from the East/Northeast at 10-14 mph and will increase during the day; and into Saturday.

    The local weather station is telling us to expect up to 20" of rain(or possibly more) over the next few days.



    I do have fuel for the generator and beer in the fridge.
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    In answer to Coaltrain and CP, the water eventually drains back into the gulf, key word is eventually.

    Where I live the storm surge may or may not come into play also.

    Water pushes in from the gulf due to wind along with the rainfall causing the draining to slow down.

    Not expecting storm surge to be too high from this smallish storm.

    Usually the ground water drains out pretty quick as the storm moves north and the winds switch direction back towards gulf.......Usually.

    Since the winds shouldn't be higher than 75 MPH max, didn't board up the house, but picked up anything
    that could fly around outside.

    Gas for the generator on hand, could have power outages sometimes tonight and tomorrow.
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    64 and sunny this morning. 50% chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. High of 88.

    You guys and gals Stay Safe down there.
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    Blissfully cool this morning at 58* - calling for a high of 85* today.

    The long range forecast shows us to be in a moderate heat wave starting next Tuesday onward with highs in the upper 80’s and very humid. Will be doing some basic maintenance on the A/C units this weekend.

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    70* this am. Mostly sunny with high of 84* today. Highs near 90* forecasted for most of next week with a chance of afternoon storms in the late afternoon.

    Was out trail riding with the atv. It’s kinda amazing quickly we went from wet muddy dirt roads /trails to dust. The water holes that were over the top of the tires two weeks ago are now completely dry.
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