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ADMRL's COMMENT:  Saturday April 29, 2017
We gained 9 more minutes of sunlight, since my last post. Could you tell, between the raindrops? I just looked at my rain gauge and since Wednesday, we have had about 4 inches of rain and it still raining. It looks like we may catch a break this afternoon, but more rain is on its way tonight and into Sunday. There is still a chance for some severe weather for this weekend, mainly to our South. Lightning, heavy rain, strong winds and hail possible. This weather system should exit the area late in the day on Sunday. Total amount of precipitation since Wednesday, should be about 6.50 inches. We will start to dry out Sunday night with a passing shower on Monday and sunny skies on Tuesday, but more rain on the way for the middle of this upcoming week. By the end of next week and into next weekend we begin to dry out once again with plenty of sunshine. A bit of rain continues into the first couple of weeks of May, although we should have more frequent days of sunshine. Web Cams are currently down due to router issues.

 



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Long-Range Comment: Monday April 03,2017
April showers bring May flowers… and this rainy pattern continues.  This wet pattern doesn't really look like it will break for the rest of the month. Towards the end of May, this weather pattern may break with a longer period of nicer days. We are still not out of the woods though, with severe weather and possible tornadoes in the next two months. We really didn't have a Spring last year, but it looks like it will be an extended Spring this year !!!

Forecast for April 30 through May 02
04/30/17
H 73 L 47
05/01/17
H 55 L 44
05/02/17
H 65 L 48


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