June 2022

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Waded wrote: Thu Jun 30, 2022 7:38 pm
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tireman4 wrote: Thu Jun 30, 2022 9:57 am


Agreed. Larry Cosgrove seems to think this Winter could be really cold.
Between the volcanic eruption and its propagation upward and over the NorthWestern Pacific and our EPO area warming fast, it could definitely be a full Winter.
What eruption?

Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai volcano erupted on January 15th of this year. I was wondering if it would have any effects this winter (I was thinking mid to late 2023) but some think it may.
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This is the biggest bust since Dolly Parton exited the plastic surgeons office 😩
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Dls2010r wrote: Thu Jun 30, 2022 7:06 pm 3AB1C8E4-7310-431F-9EB5-B57465799E92.png
Looking at radar, and by morning… Jeff’s post may not be far fetched.
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Texashawk wrote: Thu Jun 30, 2022 9:30 pm This is the biggest bust since Dolly Parton exited the plastic surgeons office 😩
It's not a bust until after tomorrow. Models have been all over the place with rainfall amounts for just about everyone. Look at real-time trends and ignore the models at this point.
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As expected.
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things about to fire up.
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This whole system was a bust for most of us, looks like the drought conditions with the exception for the coastal counties are going to get worse, death ridge builds in this weekend and dominates through all of next week and into next weekend🤮
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bdog38 wrote: Thu Jun 30, 2022 11:04 pm things about to fire up.
It’s trying, no doubt about that. I’ll be happy with anything. I’ve been happy with the cloud cover lol. I say that cause my garden doesn’t need magnifying glasses on it all day with by the Sahara sand and sun blow torch we’ve had this past month.

Nothing waters plants like rain water though. The hose just gets it by.
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We'll see how this pans out, but so far it's doing the opposite of what they said. Tiny little cells get to me in Brazoria County, but then explode right after they pass me to the north. We've managed a whopping 0.25"

The next band looks like it will miss me to the east and that will be all she wrote. Flood watch my ***...

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1.50” this morning so far at my location in Beaumont. Looks like the sweet spot will be east of Beaumont. Lake Charles looks like they will be getting the bulk and training. Vidor/Orange eastward. I am blown away as much rain that was forecasted for TX all week, Louisiana will get. I think the NEW low that formed near Galveston is what pushed what we were supposed to get to far east. Oh well… between yesterday and today im at 2.00”. Ill take it. Sorry to all those that missed everything all together.
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Zilch this week in Cypress. Had to join the neighbors in dragging out the sprinklers.
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The Flood Watch continues through this evening for areas generally along and south of I-10 with the greatest risk being along the immediate coast and for areas of poor drainage. Additional rainfall amounts up to 3 to 4" is possible today with locally higher amounts.

I call bs..lol
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Here is hoping for El Nino to come back and stay back for a long time. LA Nina years have gotten horrible.
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Cromagnum wrote: Fri Jul 01, 2022 8:06 am Here is hoping for El Nino to come back and stay back for a long time. LA Nina years have gotten horrible.
La Niña winters can sometimes be really cold though. That’s about the only thing I like.
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Port Arthur at 6” in last few hours. Beaumont at 2.50” so far. Winnie, Port Arthur, Orange and towards Lake Charles seem to be where storms have created havoc so far. Majority seems to stay below Beaumont but happy with what Ive gotten so far and still raining.
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Looks like if you are in this troll box, storms will slide east of you on the south side but magically reform to the northeast of you.

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I have to say, the NWS usually gets it right but this was a huge miss this time. Hope Lake Charles NWS gave their region some warning.
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Last 24 hrs precip totals. About 2.50” Beaumont with bulk training about 10 mi South and east of Beaumont in Nederland Port Arthur with over 6”+. Looks like Beaumont and Port Arthur will again get another strong band shortly.
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3” Beaumont and port Arthur nearing 7”
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