|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 11:16 AM GMT on April 30, 2010||+0|
|Updated: 6:58 PM GMT on April 30, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 3:19 PM GMT on April 26, 2010||+0|
NWS Shreveport Discussion this morning before sunrise gives us "a series of short wave disturbances move around the front side of high pressure ridge out west...sending a cold front into the four state region" this afternoon. Rain is not expected because there isn't enough moisture in the air in back of the frontal boundary.
|Updated: 1:10 AM GMT on April 27, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 7:48 PM GMT on April 24, 2010||+0|
This morning I tracked storms approach my area, and then melt away. For example: this morning there was one mesocyclone storm I saw while peering out the back door. It was a big, dark grey cloud and announced itself with one deep bass prolonged thunder boom. Suddenly the darkness ended and the Sun shined! This was displayed on the Wundermap as a yellow diamond shaped storm that first appeared right over my area, but then skipped over me and reappeared 9 miles NE.
|Updated: 8:54 PM GMT on April 24, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 3:48 PM GMT on April 18, 2010||+0|
I would say there is a 50% chance they did this after it began raining.
In 4 hours 0.1 inches rain has fallen. Farther south some 60 miles — in Mount Pleasant — orange and dark red radar warns of heavy rain, but it is moving to the NE on some kind of SW to NE Axis and should not affect the nice, gentle, skymisting the young plants are enjoying here.
In 10 hours 0.4 in. rain, so it is very gentle still. Another interesting observation is it cooled slowly 10° F since midnight— the graph shows wide hourly steps in the downward staircase of Temp over time.
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|Updated: 12:17 PM GMT on April 20, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 3:48 PM GMT on April 17, 2010||+0|
The same, now termed "Vertical Shear Axis", storm system is moving slowly North and spreading out slightly toward the East from where it was 2 days ago in Texas. Radar shows the potential for a very slight amount of rain. The main picture is the cooldown temps ( 60's ) and the lack of brilliant sunlight.
At least now we know generally who the forecaster is that gives a know-nothing forecast of 50% chance it will not rain.
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|Updated: 3:19 PM GMT on April 18, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 10:28 AM GMT on April 15, 2010||+0|
April 11 - 15 2010
The Swamp is drying. With only 1 inch of rain on 1 day out of 15 so far in April the trend looks good for the greening of the land- and I don't mean non-indigenous lawns! There is a small garden trying to grow in the slowly drying soil. With a 20-30% chance of rain and/or thunderstorms forecasted over the next 5 days(depending on who divines the signs in the sky) it makes a person feel bitter that the break in April wetness may end. I will be closely monitoring the weather, for the sake, especially, of my morninglories, who have never taken the NWS Forecasts seriously.
|Updated: 9:31 PM GMT on April 15, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 2:38 PM GMT on April 01, 2010||+0|
High: Low: Average:
Temperature: 81.6 °F | 27.6 °C : 23.3 °F | -4.8 °C : 50.5 °F | 10.3 °C
Dew Point: 61.0 °F | 16.1 °C : 21.5 °F | -5.8 °C : 40.5 °F | 4.7 °C
Humidity: 98.0% : 20.0% : 72.5%
Wind Speed & Gust: 31.0mph | 49.9km/h from the SW : 2.9mph | 4.6km/h
Pressure: 30.30in | 1026.0hPa : 29.43in | 996.5hPa
Precipitation: 3.31in | 84.1mm
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Orange is a soothing color, orange roses are less common and smell very nice! Torri was an orange rose too.
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