Same here. We had 70 some degree days in August, with plenty of rain. Now it has quit raining.TheBullLady":37i50uit said:And another two possibly coming soon as well.
I know it's been said before, but this sure has been an odd year for weather! It's hotter here in central Texas this week than it's been all summer.
D.R. Cattle":2l75ixcu said:Who in Florida has the Hurricane magnet?
Ann Bledsoe":38uew9dc said:D.R. Cattle":38uew9dc said:Who in Florida has the Hurricane magnet?
It's my fault -- has to be. We've started moving.
The year I moved to Nebraska was the worst year for snow in many years -- it snowed so much so fast that they cancelled Halloween.
Seems like anytime I move to a new area, the area gets hit by freak weather.
So yeah, it's my fault.
D.R. Cattle":h3zwhh7x said:Ann I heard a pretty neat story about strom surge and Lake Okeechobee. A guy I know lives on the lake. The nut climbed the dike to take a look during the hurricane. He claimed the lake bed was dry for 200 yards from where the water usually sits, meaning the hurricane had blown all the water to one side of the lake. AKA storm surge. Sounds pretty spooky heh?