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RAIN instead of SNOW
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Lynch in E.TX    Posted 02-16-2003 at 05:48:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We, in E. Texas, need the rain to STOP! We're talking record rain for last year, and it doesn't look much different for this least it isn't snow...if it was, I think we would have about 15 feet of snow on the ground. There was something like 113 inches of rain in Beaumont last absolutely monsooned last night at about 9pm here...after raining almost all day. Glad I keep my boat ready to go at all least we get to watch the pretty white Egrets fish for minnows and small fish along side the roads in the ever full ditches...which may as well be bayous. Lynch

Jim Adams    Posted 02-16-2003 at 13:22:46       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Lynch, I know a couple of places that would give their eye teeth for part of your problem. Why
don't you send some of that rain up here in corn country. They are already starting to worry about the crop this year and our lakes are 6 feet below the spillway. Then there's the Colorado/New Mexico area down around Chama, NM where the Forest Service shut down the Cumbres and Toltec Secnic RR for awhile last season for fear their coal burning locomotives would start a fire. The
shut down has just about bankrupt the economy in
that area that so heavily depends on the tourist dollar. Several of the businesses in Antonito, CO and Chama, NM are just hanging on by their teeth hoping this year will be better. So far the outlook hasn't been good with only something like 3 feet of snow on the pole up at Cumbres pass, an
area that has seen as high as 600" (that's 50 feet).
So, don't be selfish, send some of it where it is needed.

hay (tx)    Posted 02-16-2003 at 10:04:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
send some over to waller county, texas. we completey missed the last big rain storm on friday/saturday. almost dry as a desert here. kicking up dust when plowing saturday. had only 2.2 inches since january 1.

RayP(MI)    Posted 02-16-2003 at 09:45:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
Send it North! Lake Michigan ain't half full!

Willy-N Record breaking Rain for us too!    Posted 02-16-2003 at 09:31:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
We have got 2.90 inches so far this year!! Last year it was November befor we broke the 3 inch mark for the year. Things are looking up for us again unless this is all we get till November. Mark H.

Randy    Posted 02-16-2003 at 06:03:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
First this morning they were saying 3-6" of snow tomorrow. Now they upped it to probably a foot and maybe more. I plow about 45 driveways, but I was happy with the 3-6", much easier to deal with.
I guess we're lucky to have the moisture, lots of people don't. I better get some sleep tonight, won't for a couple days! Then it gets into the 30s and 40s! the rest of the week.

Salmoneye    Posted 02-16-2003 at 06:18:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We don't even lough for less than 6 inches this time of year...Won't be here that long...

Last years rain total averages out to...    Posted 02-16-2003 at 05:53:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
...a hair under a third of an inch of rain everday for 365 days. WOW! Lynch

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