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Going to be RAINING for A While ! #13998798 05/15/21 06:27 PM
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Forecasters are saying 3 to 5 inches of more RAIN starting today through Tuesday evening. Stay safe out there. breakdance



Side Note. Chances of more rain from Wednesday through Saturday. Chances are small for those days. juggle

Re: Going to be RAINING for A While ! [Re: Laker One] #13998818 05/15/21 06:54 PM
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Getting a good shower now. Will post gauge amounts throughout the next few days . thumb


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Re: Going to be RAINING for A While ! [Re: Laker One] #13998840 05/15/21 07:18 PM
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Winds look pretty bad all week as well...will try for Monday, but it's a wait & see thing...

Re: Going to be RAINING for A While ! [Re: Laker One] #13999672 05/16/21 05:06 PM
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Looking at the radar yesterday, we missed a lot of the heavier rain. Looks like the counties south of San Antonio, east of SA, and the hill country got some good soakings. So far for my backyard less than a quarter of an inch.

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