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

    Welcome to the October 2019 weather thread!

    The Full Hunter’s Moon will reach peak fullness on Sunday, October 13.

    The moon won’t be visible in the sky until right around sunset that evening, and will set around sunrise the next day. It’s the only night in the month when the moon is in the sky all night long.

    Because the Hunter’s Moon rises from the horizon around sunset, it may appear bigger and more orange than your typical full moon.

    The Hunter’s Moon relates directly to the Harvest Moon. The first full Moon to occur after the Harvest Moon (which is the closest full moon to the autumnal equinox) takes on the mantle of “Hunter’s Moon,” which means that the Full Hunter’s Moon may occur in either October or November, depending on when the Harvest Moon is.

    Some folks believe that this full moon was called the Full Hunter’s Moon because it signaled the time to go hunting in preparation for winter. Since the harvesters had recently reaped the fields under the Harvest Moon, hunters could easily see the fattened deer and other animals that had come out to glean (and the foxes and wolves that had come out to prey on them).
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    Unseasonably HOT!!!! Close to 90 today!!


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    WV- Autumn is officially tardy in southern Ohio. A truancy officer will be dispatched tomorrow. We hit 90°F today and will until later this week, when cooler heads will prevail.

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    Unseasonably HOT!!!! Close to 90 today!!


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    Man it’s warm and humid this morning. 69 headed for 82. Thunder and a cold front coming threw tonight. Temps fall after today to more fall like temps finally.
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    The yard is now “crunchy” when you walk on it!!! Not a drop of rain in atleast 3 weeks!!!!


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    Some basic stats from September -

    Total rain - 2.14”
    Sep 2018 - 7.47”

    High temp - 86.5*
    Low temp - 44.8*

    High dew point - 74.8*
    Low dew point - 41.2*

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    63* this morning and humid - calling for a high of 83* today. Average high for today is 69*.....

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    99 yesterday at my place in SC but cooling to 97 today then back up until Saturday then dropping to the low 80’s and hopefully a goodbye to record heat for this year.


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    In my neck of the woods, today is the 33rd consecutive day with no measurable rain, breaking the
    previous record of 32. Probably will hit 39 or 40 days. It was the driest September on record, ironically
    September 2018 was the wettest on record.

    Today, tomorrow, and Thursday about 95, breaking temperature records for the date. Miserable around here.

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    Still hot here in North Texas. September was a beast with all but 1 day well above 90 degrees. We have been told 2 fronts on the horizon so maybe next week we start to feel normal.
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    2019 is now officially the wettest year ever recorded and we still have three months left. We can’t seem to go more than a day or two without rain. Rained all day yesterday. It’s not supposed to rain today,but rain is forecasted to return this evening.

    Currently it’s 57*.
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