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  1. #7141
    Lots of rain with wind, should be gone by morning.
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    Yet another tornado outbreak, for tomorrow

  3. #7143
    Sunny and about 10 C out with a cool breeze, warmer than yesterday, just trying to get some reading done outdoors.
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    Party cloudy and a breezy 65F today. A Good rain expected tomorrow and I'm tempted to put a few tomato plants in the ground, but now they predict 38F by Tuesday morning.

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    Rain to the south—no tornadoes near by.

  6. #7146
    A bit chilly about 6 or 7 C, mostly clear skies, spending most of the rest of the day outdoors.
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  7. #7147
    Kind of a mixed bag, last night rain and snow, so far today clear skies then cloudy and then who knows what.
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  8. #7148
    Clear and windy. This morning just got downstaris as the recycling truck drove by and ran down to the nieghbors with the bin rolling along and they waited. This afternoon went into town to pick up a few things went to the gardening center, then the hardware and then went picked afew gorceries.
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  9. #7149
    Just another sunny and spending it outdoors with a book and a few other things to do.
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    A gentle rain arrived this afternoon just as I was finishing up on planting the squash seed and sweet potato slips. A pleasant Spring here so far, hopefully the last frost is in the rear view window.

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    We’re getting to the warm weather days now (90F today), though the nights are cool (mid 50s, typically) and low humidity. We are near the end of the rainy season. Unfortunately, this was a pretty dry one. For the first time on record, February was dry, though we did have some decent rain in March. We might get a bit more, but it tends to be uncommon as we hit May, and extremely rare in June.

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    Hot and humid today but expecting heavy showers and thunderstrom tonight and tomorrow in Paphos

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    Added to above, this is probably the time of year I like best. No heating and no air conditioner running, I have windows open well into the night bringing in nice air, I can hear the birds and other critters. I have changed my sleep hours and have been doing some yard work in the morning, enough of it quietly allowing me to hear the birds and squirrels chittering.

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    Tornado missed us by 3 miles, nyah nyah, but then there are the ones behind it...
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    2nd tornado missed by under one mile. Neighborhood torn up. We are shaken but okay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger E. Moore View Post
    2nd tornado missed by under one mile. Neighborhood torn up. We are shaken but okay.
    Sounds very worrying. I hope you and all your family stay ok.

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    When we lived in Lincoln, NE I always hated when the weather turned horrible and the TV started running tornado warning alerts. Closest I got to a tornado was a large well developed funnel cloud some distance away that I and my family watched from the porch. Luckily it never reached the ground. We had a basement and were ready to head down if it or something else came our way.

    My aunt had close calls with a couple of them, with some exterior damage from a close pass to her house once, but she was always much more concerned about earthquakes. When she called she would always ask when there had been some earthquake that had made the news that caused a few rattles and maybe knocked over a few shelves somewhere in California.

    It was almost nostalgic when we got a tornado warning alert once here in California. They are very rare here and almost never go above class 1 (I think there have been a couple class 2s in a century). So not all that dangerous.

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  18. #7158
    Roger E Moore sounds like a close call. It was sunny and warm now cooling off and getting cloudy, some rain and snow over the next couple of days, should get the plants out of the cold frame soon and back indoors.
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  19. #7159
    One of those weeks today cloudy with some rain and snow, tomorrow kind of stuff tomorrow and wednesday sun, then back to rain, its April.
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    The forecast is for 100°F this afternoon.

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    Heavy rain and gusty winds this morning, 2+ inches expected with some flash flooding in the area.

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    Overcast with a few clear spots earlier, rain tomorrow.
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  23. #7163
    Heavy rain and spending the day reading a book, this weekend sun and warming up maybe I get the plants in the cold frame the entire weekend or longer, still have a few to get started.
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    99°F. Humidity 8%. A nice day compared to what's coming up next month.

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    It was raining off and on today, now there is bit of clearing and we got an arc of an rainbow.
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  26. #7166
    Well started off clear and then cloudy and clearing off a bit. One niece and the BIL came the niece wanted to ride her moped around, and the BIL wanted to get the camper straighted out so was basically the afternoon and finished off a book.
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    70°F by 5:00 AM and 103°F by 3:00 PM.

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    Ugh, too warm for me, that’s more like July weather here. It is getting up there some days - today the forecast is that it will get up to 96F, but it has been in the 70s max some days, and in the mid 80s on most. Thanks to the natural air conditioning of the Delta breeze it is cool in the morning and night, typically in the mid to high 50s, but on a cloudy day a week or so past it dropped into the 40s. A couple nights ago it was cool enough the heat came on a little, and it will likely be some time before I need to run air conditioning. I’ve been very comfortable working outside in the morning and late afternoon.

    It is usually July and August when we start getting a significant number of days over 100, and typically when there are a couple of weeks when the Delta breeze cuts off so no real relief at night.

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    Oh, got the days wrong. 93F forecast high today, 96 tomorrow then a cooling trend.

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  30. #7170
    Another day like yesterday weather wise with some rain coming overnight and breaking and more rain on saturday. Couldn't really settle down on one project, some wood was brought in, got the mail, niece and BIl came out again, tried to figure out why some of the rhibarb is not coming out.
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