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    How’s the weather at your place? - August 2019

    Better late than never...? Someone in the July thread mentioned there was no August weather thread. I never even realized I missed doing it this month....

    Carry on!
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    Ok I’ll post, stopped looking cause it was July still . Humidity dropping nice days ahead. We go a little rain last night, obviously not near enough. Get some second cutting cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Better late than never...? Someone in the July thread mentioned there was no August weather thread. I never even realized I missed doing it this month....

    Carry on!
    It may be because your weather station pooped on ya
    I didn’t think about it because it’s still the same in Louisiana HOT, HUMID, and water touched the grass. Whether it’s 2” or .02
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    Nice cool morning. Low humidity and high of 80. Real nice weather for August. Nice weekend to get some hay cut and baled.
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    It’s 57* @ 5:30 am. It’s forecasted to be mostly sunny with a high of 76*. Highs near 80* for the weekend.

    The national weather service now says a weak tornado Touch down in Green Bay Wednesday afternoon. Shingles where blown off , trees and power lines down. Local news says it’s been 14 years since the last confirmed tornado in the city limits.

    Local news says we have gotten 9” more rain than normal so far this year.
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    Now this is more like it! 57* this morning - actually feels chilly. Calling for a high of 77* today with much less humidity.

    Looks like the next few days will be like this. This is what the weather in NW Penna is supposed to be like.

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    Hot. Day starts around 80 with 80% humidity, ends around 100 degrees with 50% humidity.

    Still I don't miss the snow (Minnesota Native now in Texas).

    Have a great day y'all.
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    Rain, blessed rain. Our 40% came through for us. Don't know how much, but significant. Still slowly coming down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Rain, blessed rain. Our 40% came through for us. Don't know how much, but significant. Still slowly coming down.
    Send some this way"..................after Sunday
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