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Les...fortunate    Posted 09-20-2001 at 08:25:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
About 9 this morning, it started to rain. It's not raining right at the moment but over an inch is promised tonight. I've been reading about all the rain some of you other folks have been getting (TX & FL) and hoping some of it would make it up here. We need it BAAAD.

BB    Posted 09-20-2001 at 10:30:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I wish I could send you some. Here in North Texas it is usually relatively dry this time of year. This year it has hardly quit raining since the last week of August. Raining now and more forecast thru Saturday.

Johnny in E. TX    Posted 09-20-2001 at 18:53:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
BB, where are you at in North Tx ? Here in Van Zandt Co. we are floating! We have had a wet year. I think it has probably rained everyday for the last 3 weeks. When the sun comes out, everyone round here jumps on their lawn mower to try to get their yard cut before it rains again. I think we can forget about trying to get that last cutting of hay. Johnny

Johnny    Posted 09-20-2001 at 18:55:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Oh! sorry BB I reread your post and realized you are getting wet too.

BB    Posted 09-21-2001 at 10:26:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Collin/Fannin counties. We got another 1 1/2" Tuesday, 1 1/4" yesterday, and it's been raining all morning today with more forecast thru Sunday morning. I've got mushrooms from golf ball to tennis ball size growing in my yard. I use a mulching mower on my lawn. I guess all those decaying clippings are good for mushroom growing.

Burrhead    Posted 09-21-2001 at 16:18:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
The extension man said we should average 54" per year here in Chambers county.

We had about 65" in Aug and Sept alone so far. We got over 45" in Allison and have flooded out twice so far this year.

Salmoneye    Posted 09-20-2001 at 09:37:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Still nothing here in the Champlain Valley...

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