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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by dbartucci, Jun 7, 2005.
Enjoy the Easter weekend my fellow Brits.
Yes Happy Easter all!
Finally getting a break from the stormy boom booms this week in Tennessee.
I'm not sure how warm it is exactly but it is more than 25°C in the sun.
Summer is still in full blast this April.
It seems that we are in for another warm summer-like April day.
April is almost finished but it's still hot here.
The weather changed. Almost 10°C colder, very cloudy.
Rain starting soon. Supposed to go all day and turn to snow later. Now they are calling for 3-6".
Earlier this week I ran the snowblower out of gas and put it away.
Rain, sun, rain, sun. At the moment it is a sunny moment. 15' ago, it was a very rainy moment.
It's turning May already but the temp's still the same.
We need more rain. The groundwater level is way too low.
A little bit of rain has cooled the environment. Still, it remains hot here.
Sunny but not too warm considering it is May.
Encountered a bit of overcast weather earlier with some mild rains but only lasted for an hour long, making the temp lower than the usual heat from this summer season.
Sunny but too cold for this time of year.
Very sunny and around 20°C. I love this kind of weather.
Still hot with a sunny weather here although it should end soon as June approaches.
Been raining all night and supposed to rain all day today accompanied by 20-30mph wind gusts with a high of 46°F
24°C and overcast with very wet dark clouds.
No rain so far though.
Well that was wrong wasn't it,
However rain all day and a high of 46F is today.
I want my warm sun back.
I just finished working in my yard when it started to rain. I only lasted for about 15 - 20 min. Nature needs more rain.
It's been cold and raining all weekend. There's even talk of snow in the northern part of the state.
Seems the Midwestern U.S. is hogging it all.
I wish that people elsewhere could have some of ours right now. The rain today made my trip to the local drag strip shorter than I wanted it to be.
Today marks the 6th year anniversary of the Moore, OK EF5 tornado.
Today a High risk including long live deadly tornadoes which does include the OKC/Moore area.
First High risk in 2 years (Last was May 17th 2017)
Be safe out there
Not a fan of the wind but I can live with these temperatures. Very weird spring here so far, by this time last year we were already past the 100*F mark and had been for some time. Right now we seem to be hovering in the 70-80*F range. No complaints.
Cloudy weather today although there's also some drizzle but the hotness is still there.
Overcast but no rain so far. Groundwater levels are way too low.
Windy with a rain threat this afternoon.
Well looks like the "tornado" outbreak didn't happen as much.
Storm reports as of 5 am (20 reported tornadoes) on a "High" risk day.
Yet back on the 17th on an "Enhanced" day had 51 reported tornadoes.
At lease it wasn't as bad as it could of been.
Sunny with around 20°C today.
Tomorrow is gonna be about the same temperature, but more overcast.
No cloud to be seen. I think it is going to be around 20°C today.