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Old 11-27-2013, 12:18 PM
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Fall Rainfall Total's

Around here it rained all summer, then in quit. Except for 2.25" in the middle of Sept. it's been pretty dry. We had a slow and steady 3.4" yesterday and the ground isn't even saturated.

Aug. - 5.14"

Sept. - 3.29"

Oct. - .63"

Nov. - 3.93" (so far)
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Old 11-27-2013, 12:30 PM
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January .... 2.44 in
February ... 2.92 in
March ... 2.37 in
April ... 4.46 in
May .... 5.93 in
June ... 7.88 in
July ... 4.65 in
August ... 1.80 in
September ... 4.86 in
October ... 5.23 in
November 3.96 in... so far

We are 10.12 inches above normal this year!!

We have had 8.8 inches of snow this month also. Last night we got 4-6 inches of Canadian concrete! Is ok though, today was my first push. Only bad thing is there are leaves still on the ground, I'm pretty sure they are now spring clean-up!
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:42 PM
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Here in Buda, TX we had about 22" in October in my western part of town. We had a 6" rain event and then about a 14" rain bomb two weeks later. I have some good flooding pictures on my thread. Too bad the big rain even missed the Lake Travis water shed because it's down 54' from being full.
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Old 12-05-2013, 01:25 PM
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Raining just about every day in SC. I am not getting any leaves done. Stays cloudy when it's not raining so there is no drying out. 10 days of cloudy, rainy weather. Usually it rains and then moves out so you can get some work done. On the positive side, it is warm. So I am warm and going broke
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Old 12-16-2013, 05:31 PM
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rained a ton all summer and rained the whole week last week. still waiting for it to dry out enough to go mulch up some leaves for the last time this year. lol
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