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Th 102909

By: OrangeRoses, 12:55 AM GMT on October 30, 2009

Been scattered like ►fallen leaves blowing in the wind. ►This perhaps is at least une raison for the intermittency of blogging— the only weather blog in "these parts". Rain has been a contant weather item, here. ►It appears that the NW Pacific Ocean Climate in Seattle, Washington is being shared here, far from any ocean! When Shreveport NWS understands how this is possible their credibility(especially during T Storm Warnings, Tornado Warnings, and other life threatening episodes of Nature) will increase a thousand-fold.
So here are the rainspecs to date ►►

Monthly Rain Daily Totals

►As of Thur. 10/29/09 7:32PM CDT | 10/30/09 0:32 UTC 12.63in | 320.8mm

When you're hot you're hot; when you're wet you're wet!

Updated: 7:06 AM GMT on November 01, 2009


Sat 101009

By: OrangeRoses, 11:57 PM GMT on October 10, 2009

4.56in | 115.8mm rain fell during the first 9 days of October. Two days, including today 10/10/09 it did not rain. Perhaps the Hayworth Seasonal Flu outbreak has spread over this area with the very moist, overcast weather. It is airborne (in case you didn't know). I'm glad you're reading this short report. Stay tuned for more as weather permits.

Tuesday Afternoon is Never Ending. Sunday Morning Creeping Like a Nun 101309

2.3 in. rain has blest the Flooding Land since 1:30 AM. The Rainfall rate is now increasing 11:11 AM.


Updated: 12:09 AM GMT on October 30, 2009


F 100909

By: OrangeRoses, 12:14 PM GMT on October 09, 2009

Like mid September we have Flash Flood Watches again.
The Airport data reveals 3.25 and MESONET measures 2.75 inches within the same period displayed below by a local PWS (2.15 inches).


Updated: 12:35 PM GMT on October 09, 2009


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