|By: OrangeRoses, 3:28 PM GMT on October 28, 2011||+0|
Although cloudy and overcast all day and evening yesterday October 27, 2011, just past Noon very light rain started and ended with 4 hundredths of a inch in about 1 hour. Then more began at 9:30 PM and ended at 11:30 PM a bringing a total of 0.34 inches of rain from the gentle scattered showers for the entire day, with no lightning or thunder.
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|By: OrangeRoses, 8:01 PM GMT on October 23, 2011||+0|
Just a few minutes before Midnight, Oct. 22nd, the thunderstorms arrived heralded by a 64 mph gust! Then the rain started and lightning/thunder, not so severe, for two hours. 0.8 inches of rain fell upon the parched ground.
Earlier at 7 PM Saturday, Norman, OK radar displayed a circular group of thunderstorms almost all red — which means the highest clouds — moving slowly East. No other storms appeared then in the SE Oklahoma vicinity. The forecasted rain amount happened here, most likely being absorbed like a dry sponge.
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|By: OrangeRoses, 3:45 PM GMT on October 18, 2011||+0|
|By: OrangeRoses, 1:33 AM GMT on October 08, 2011||+0|
Another official NWS Precipitation source:
Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service Oklahoma: Current 1-Day Observed Precipitation
Monthly Rainfall Totals
Sept: 0.8 inches
August 1.4 inches
July 0.1 inches
October 10th 0.15 inches (to date)
Today, October 12th's precipitation was 0.4 inches (in 30 minutes from 8-8:30 AM), then at 9:55 AM another tenth of an inch in 20 minutes.
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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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