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  1. #6391
    Rainy here, catching up on podcasts and trying to get my mind into some projects,
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    Mid 80's here today and it looks like the last day of the 80's for some time, rainy fallish weather coming tomorrow, finally, after which a long dry stretch in the 70's. Nice
    Glad to hear that the hurricane will not go where none have gone before...........whatever that means.

  3. #6393
    The clouds are clearing up and everything is soaked, we got a down pour last night.
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    Severe, scattered afternoon thunderstorms have restarted after hurricane Florence. Almost ran into a downed tree last night on a curving two-lane road. Storms tend to cover at least half the state, more numerous and more violent (and faster moving) this year compared to previous, it seems (no data to add).
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  5. #6395
    A rainy wet day.
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  6. #6396
    Overcast, looks like it could rain at anytime one forecast it should be raining and another sunny and no rain to tomorrow. Got a couple of hours of splitting to so and only about an hours worth of gas left.
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    Smile

    Sundog captured about 5:35 pm EST, looking right of the Sun to northwest, this past Monday in upstate SC (driving home from work)
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    Smile

    More sundog, same one.
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  9. #6399
    Another rainy day.
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  10. #6400
    Overcast with showers forecasted. Went for a little walk to the community mail boxes and a little further for a round trip pf about 3.2 km. Here are a couple of pictures.
    https://twitter.com/BackroadAstro/st...03782229725186

    https://twitter.com/BackroadAstro/st...01971368296449
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    A nice, albeit too warm again (mid/upper 80's), sunny dry week here, a rarity this summer/fall. We grabbed the golden ring and headed to the OBX for 3 days to take advantage of it. Perfect late Aug weather down there in early Oct (Nags Head, NC) but the sun isn't quite as intense now and the humidity eased back. It was easy to tell that Florence tore up the beaches.

  12. #6402
    Sunny and cool again. It is the kind of day you need a sweater in shade and a t-shirt in the sun. Should finish the wood only a few logs left then maybe wander around a little.
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    Rain for a couple of days.
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    Hurricane in 24 hours. This one is going to hurt. In upstate SC.
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    Cloudy and showery here around 80F, expecting the remains of Michael to hit here tomorrow. Just heavy rain with breezy conditions and hopefully no last minute twisters like with Florence. That Cat 4 upgrade caught everyone by surprise.

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    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/gra...nd120#contents

    Michael will be ashore in a couple hours, 130-150 mph winds. Almost Category 5 now.

    I understand there are hurricane parties in Panama City FL. Wonder if they have webcams going. One can only hope so.
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    I was wrong, Michael is ashore now at 155 mph in Panama City, 2 mph short of Cat 5.
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    Northern arms/storms of Michael have reached Atlanta. This thing is moving very fast. Top winds still 150 mph with eye fully ashore in Panhandle. Little or no news from affected areas.
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    My Dad lives in Tampa. I just tried to call, got his message. I hope he's OK.
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    Good to hear, NCN. Rain today and rain rain tomorrow,
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    Belated update, Dad's fine. They got a little rain, nothing much. Well outside the radius of harm.
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    Rain here in mid-SC but fading slowly. Not as much wind as was feared.
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    The edge of what's left of Michael is about 10 miles away now, looks like a bandsaw on radar. Could be hit with between 6 -10+ inches of rain in over a 6 hour period. This old farm house is on high ground so not too worried, it's the possible 50 mph gusts that are predicted after the rain that may cause problems. Trees still have their leaves here + mushy soil not a good mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacedude View Post
    The edge of what's left of Michael is about 10 miles away now, looks like a bandsaw on radar. Could be hit with between 6 -10+ inches of rain in over a 6 hour period. This old farm house is on high ground so not too worried, it's the possible 50 mph gusts that are predicted after the rain that may cause problems. Trees still have their leaves here + mushy soil not a good mix.
    Stay safe & sheltered!
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    Thanks NCN, raining hard now, a couple of twisters reported earlier in the area. What's left of the eye went right over us with an embedded dry slot....that didn't last long. Should be over in 4 hours.

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    Weather.com says

    Feels Like:*67.2F
    Humidity:*81%
    Wind:*ENE 5 mph

    That Feels Like number seems incredibly precise. A tenth of a degree isn't very much.

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    Nice and sunny. Where did the hurricanes go? Was getting used to them.
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    Michael's leftovers had a punch, lost power around 8pm last nite and it's still out, about 350,000 out statewide. Running on generator today. Lost cable and internet up until an hour ago so hopefully the power will resume soon, the power guys are busy around here. Thankfully temps are finally fall-like so no need for the heat pump/ac as our little generator is only suitable for the well pump, fridges, freezers, some lights, and now the tv and internet. Some tree limbs down around the yard, 6 confirmed twisters in the state, 10 with Florence too, some wild weather lately..but really pity those to the south of us, dang lucky here in comparison.
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  29. #6419
    Well I was going start complaining how I am getting tired of being indoors a lot and still a dew things left to do but you have a lot worse. Hope the power comes back on soon, been without power a few days at least once it can be bad.
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    Overcast and rainy day.
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