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Mac & drpruner

I heard the monsoon season is now underway.

Hope your areas receive goodly amounts of rain without too much lightning.

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It appears so................

In reply to: Mac & drpruner

Lots of "rolling thunder" - the kind that starts at one end of the mountain
chain, and you can hear it as it "rolls down" the length of the mountain.
Lightning is the "heat" sheet lightning, not the electrical stuff.

I have a BLM rain guage and an electronic one. By my records, through
June, had received 0.32 inches of rain. July alone, through the 10th,
have received 0.99 inches. All of it the slow drizzle kind.

I'm at 4600 ft elevation, and the areas uphill, at 6000 to 8600, have been measuring in multiple inches.

Long way to go to get over the drought, or even get even with what
they call "average".

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Lightning comes with the rest.

In reply to: Mac & drpruner

My particular location is in a pocket that gets less weather, for unknown reasons. Ten miles north has had rain every day; we just got some last night. Twenty miles south had flooding not long ago. On the TV Mac's area looks bad, especially in the valley (Rio Grande), but they don't always get that much.

Ranchers can always use rain, so their livestock can eat free when the growth comes.

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Moderate steady rain here at work all night.

In reply to: Mac & drpruner

No problems, but over half the counties in NM are under some kind of flood watch. We're also worried about mudslides from the fire areas. Oh, well, "we need the rain."

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