If you had been having dust storms then it rained I could see where the combo of dust and water could form conductive layer of mud on stuff.That must've been Far East of me. We actually got some rain this week. 0.10", it was amazing. Finally no dust in the air! Of course the electricity went out for 45 minutes, no wind, no hail, no lightening, and no one crashed into a pole. Called the electric company and they said that the "storm" did it... I'm not even sure of what to think, but that that dang humidity in the air shorted out the system. Lol
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Wow! It is that time of year, but I never saw any of the stuff in Texkev's pics, and I was out working in the gorgeous weather all day. Amazing what a difference very few miles can make!!
I think I have had 1.1" of rain, since Jan. 1. Had less than 0.02 earlier this week, but nothing measureable in several weeks. It may take a severe thunderstorm season to get rainfall and water levels back to where they need to be. And since March should have begun the storm season, and we are at the end of it already, things don't look good. I have already been in contact with some friends in Oklahoma about getting hay from them this year, as I doubt there will be any to be found near here. :nunu:
Ok Texkev. That's enough. The only "walls" that came through here was dust. I thought the wind was letting up and then bam! About 20 minutes ago a solid wall. Ripped the lids off of the dumpster... No moisture at all.Yah really, hang in there, it just keeps coming...