Almost an inch and a half since yesterday, and that is really good for us in Gulfport as we are typically in the "cone of invisibility" when rain comes as it is like Moses parts the clouds and we end up dry.
1.2" fell today from several rounds of light to moderate showers. Wind gusts from the ESE late this afternoon approaching 30 mph in heaver showers skirting the coast. Notably, there was no sunshine and the rain-cooled high was 75F.
Hi everyone! Little rain here in St. Cloud .. my son says we have had a Bermuda high over our house for the last 6 months. haha He's now a hydrologist intern of sorts for the National Science Foundation and has an elaborate rain gauge system in the backyard.. lots of fun to watch.
Yesterday (the 16th) we had just 0.23 in. here.. 0.95 the 15th, and just 0.39 in. on the 14th. I suspect tomorrow's reading will be in the .60 range. Everyone else around us is getting hammered with rain. We'll see what the total is by Sunday.
<snip> Moved to forecast lounge
Edited by RedingtonBeachGuy (Thu May 17 2018 01:06 AM)
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