Daniel's remnants have departed

By: KeleHawaii , 12:57 PM GMT on July 14, 2012

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The system has moved off to the west and has cleared the islands. I had intermittent gentle rains which gave me a half inch of precip during the period.

Next will come the remnants of Hurricane Emilia which will likely pass a bit closer to the Big Island than Daniel did some time in the middle of the coming week.

Now it is dry, clear and cool. A beautiful early morning.

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2. KeleHawaii
9:46 PM GMT on July 14, 2012
My crops are even happier as the rain from the sky is full of negative ions which helps them increase their growth rates. If I am irrigating them with ground water, they get positive ions which seems to slow them down a bit but they do keep growing despite that!

Quoting shoreacres:
I've been keeping an eye on your weather. Nothing like a gentle half-inch to make people happy.

Here's a link you might enjoy. You folks in the EPAC have all the action this week!
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1. shoreacres
6:51 PM GMT on July 14, 2012
I've been keeping an eye on your weather. Nothing like a gentle half-inch to make people happy.

Here's a link you might enjoy. You folks in the EPAC have all the action this week!
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I'm a retired tropical fruit farmer who now grows as a hobby and I give almost all of what I grow to the needy of my community.

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