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« Reply #450 on: 30/07/2008 05:30:27 »
Yikes that is hot!

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« Reply #451 on: 01/08/2008 02:50:46 »
Weather was REALLY great this time on vacation! Coudln't ask for anything better, maybe just a few more clouds. Ha

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« Reply #452 on: 22/08/2008 04:49:53 »
Very windy and about to get very wet.  We're under flood warnings as Tropical Storm Fay is expected to cross Florida this evening and go back into the Gulf and by tomorrow evening hit us directly.  Schools have been cancelled for tomorrow.  We saw one report that said once it hits the Gulf that it may strengthen and turn into a category 1 hurricane, but haven't seen any other reports to that affect.  Crossing my fingers and toes that it doesn't although the waterspouts, tornados and flooding that come with tropical storms are pretty bad.

Wish this stupid storm would just fizzle and die already! [:(!]
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« Reply #453 on: 22/08/2008 16:18:45 »
I saw that, took a crazy turn. Hopefully everything will be okay!

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« Reply #454 on: 22/08/2008 18:11:50 »
Yes Ryan I agree that the Tropical Storm Fay fizzles out where
Carolyn lives. Before the end of Friday.
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #455 on: 22/08/2008 22:16:08 »


We have had a bit of rain, the garden was needing it as it doesn't rain much in Scotland in the summer. Spare a thought for the idiot that took that picture, he was in about 8" of water.

That reminds me, I need some new door seals.
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« Reply #456 on: 22/08/2008 23:06:39 »


We have had a bit of rain, the garden was needing it as it doesn't rain much in Scotland in the summer. Spare a thought for the idiot that took that picture, he was in about 8" of water.

That reminds me, I need some new door seals.

Looks somewhat like my place at this moment - over 1/2" rain in the rain gauge in the past hour.
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« Reply #457 on: 23/08/2008 00:13:23 »
It is pretty damp in London as most of the Uk this summer I think. That is if the forecasters are right.
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #458 on: 23/08/2008 23:52:09 »
Its been an overcast hot day today and the sun finally is out and it is very warm!

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« Reply #459 on: 24/08/2008 04:25:51 »
The weather here wasn't as bad as expected.  We were under flash flood warnings today, were supposed to get 5 inches per hour for 3 - 4 hours, but it didn't happen, only moderate wind and rains.  It was nasty last night, had a tree limb ggo through hubbys truck window, but fortunately that was the worst of it.
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« Reply #460 on: 24/08/2008 05:12:35 »
Glad you were all ok! Sorry about the truck window! will insurance cover natural disaster kind of things?

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« Reply #461 on: 24/08/2008 05:27:26 »
Thanks Karen.

I'm sure our insurance will cover it, but we have a high deductible, so it will be cheaper to pay for it out of pocket.   LOL......it's his old work truck.  The window probably costs more than the trucks worth.
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« Reply #462 on: 24/08/2008 05:35:30 »
Don't you hate that? How are you feeling with all the storming? Are you OK?

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« Reply #463 on: 24/08/2008 05:46:38 »
LOL...yep, I do hate it!

I'm ok.  Trying to recover from having walking pneumonia, and having lots of lovely fibro pain, I'm assuming from the rain, but I'm ok.  Thanks for asking.
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« Reply #464 on: 24/08/2008 05:59:49 »
I am glad you are OK.. Please be careful with that Pneumoniae, that is one of the bacteria's commonly found in walking pneumoniae that I have  hand in hand with another.. real butt kickers! Sorry for your pain.. I hope the rain stops for you to get a break.. My leaves on my Catalpa are starting to slightly change color I believe we are in for early winter this year!

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« Reply #465 on: 30/08/2008 12:28:55 »
Very windy and about to get very wet.  We're under flood warnings as Tropical Storm Fay is expected to cross Florida this evening and go back into the Gulf and by tomorrow evening hit us directly.  Schools have been cancelled for tomorrow.  We saw one report that said once it hits the Gulf that it may strengthen and turn into a category 1 hurricane, but haven't seen any other reports to that affect.  Crossing my fingers and toes that it doesn't although the waterspouts, tornados and flooding that come with tropical storms are pretty bad.

Wish this stupid storm would just fizzle and die already! [:(!]

Did you know that when Fay was over the everglades she became the first (recorded) tropical storm to gain strength?

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« Reply #466 on: 30/08/2008 12:33:06 »
Did you know that when Fay was over the everglades she became the first (recorded) tropical storm to gain strength?
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Paul why do Tropical Storms have male names and hurricanes have female ones? I have never had to live with that type of storm
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #467 on: 30/08/2008 12:51:38 »

Paul why do Tropical Storms have male names and hurricanes have female ones? I have never had to live with that type of storm

The first tropical cyclone was named by an Australian after a politician that he did not like, then during the second world war they were given the names of the wives / girlfriends of the navys meteorological staff. Then in the early 50's they were named phonetically, then by only womens names all the way up to 1979 when they were named after both men and women.

Saying that, different regions have different ways of naming their storms.

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutnames.shtml

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« Reply #468 on: 30/08/2008 13:40:30 »
Paul your explanation makes loads of sense and it's interesting as well.
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #469 on: 30/08/2008 16:30:16 »
Very windy and about to get very wet.  We're under flood warnings as Tropical Storm Fay is expected to cross Florida this evening and go back into the Gulf and by tomorrow evening hit us directly.  Schools have been cancelled for tomorrow.  We saw one report that said once it hits the Gulf that it may strengthen and turn into a category 1 hurricane, but haven't seen any other reports to that affect.  Crossing my fingers and toes that it doesn't although the waterspouts, tornados and flooding that come with tropical storms are pretty bad.

Wish this stupid storm would just fizzle and die already! [:(!]

Did you know that when Fay was over the everglades she became the first (recorded) tropical storm to gain strength?

I'm not sure what you mean Paul.  I'm sure I'm misunderstanding what you're saying.  How can it be the first recorded tropical storm to gain strength?
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« Reply #470 on: 30/08/2008 16:46:52 »
Today our weather is nice and sunny.

I'm sick and tired of hurricane season!  Normally, I'm not one to worry or stress over it, and I detest the people that are continually predicting and spouting doom and gloom, but Hurricane Gustav really has me worried.  We are thankfully out it it's projected path, though that changes daily.  It's now a category 3 and according to The Weather Channel, it's predicted to become a category 4 hurricane.

If it hits anywhere closer than Louisianna we will still be severely affected.
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« Reply #471 on: 30/08/2008 17:17:53 »


I'm not sure what you mean Paul.  I'm sure I'm misunderstanding what you're saying.  How can it be the first recorded tropical storm to gain strength?

Hey, if i made sense more than once a day there would be a cosmic event of catastrophic proportions!

I mean, Fay was the only recorded TS to gain strength over land. Typically, due to the friction and the looss of the storms heat engine (water/ocean) they slow down, but Fay actually gained strength, not much, but gain it did.

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« Reply #472 on: 30/08/2008 17:31:38 »


I'm not sure what you mean Paul.  I'm sure I'm misunderstanding what you're saying.  How can it be the first recorded tropical storm to gain strength?

Hey, if i made sense more than once a day there would be a cosmic event of catastrophic proportions!

I mean, Fay was the only recorded TS to gain strength over land. Typically, due to the friction and the looss of the storms heat engine (water/ocean) they slow down, but Fay actually gained strength, not much, but gain it did.

Duh!  Sorry, had a major blonde moment!  I don't know what I was thinking!  I do recall heariing something about that on the news now that you mention it.

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« Reply #473 on: 30/08/2008 18:29:48 »
One of Fay's squall lines when it passed over us in St. Simons.


Glad we are going to have nothing to do with Gustav.
Good luck Carolyn. Here is to it missing you.

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« Reply #474 on: 30/08/2008 21:21:15 »
Well today in England we finally had a summers day. The family have been dining with Mr Al Fresco tonight and very good company he was. Freddy has been swimming in our pond, clearing some free water for the dragon and damsel flies of which I am a big fan and have designed my garden around. He was very pleased as one large green dragonfly went right up to his face and looked him right in the eye. Fred said that he was saying thankyou.
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« Reply #475 on: 31/08/2008 02:58:02 »
It was a summer's day here as well. But, with Gustav on the way to this area by tomorrow night or Monday when the outer bands will reach this area, I think we are n for a small amount of precipitation. The storm is likely to satll here in Central Texas. Oh, what a wonderful week(s) ahead.
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« Reply #476 on: 31/08/2008 04:55:04 »
Stay safe JimBob.  Hope that it misses us both!
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« Reply #477 on: 31/08/2008 12:46:53 »
Stay safe JimBob.  Hope that it misses us both!

Carolyn Is the Hurricane Gustav that is at present battering Cuba
going to make you have to evacuate from your home? Hope not.
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #478 on: 31/08/2008 18:47:03 »
Stay safe JimBob.  Hope that it misses us both!

Carolyn Is the Hurricane Gustav that is at present battering Cuba
going to make you have to evacuate from your home? Hope not.

Nope.  We were without power this morning and have had one or two little tornados, but I think/hope all we're going to get some nasty wind and rain.
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« Reply #479 on: 31/08/2008 21:05:33 »
Stay safe JimBob.  Hope that it misses us both!

Carolyn Is the Hurricane Gustav that is at present battering Cuba
going to make you have to evacuate from your home? Hope not.

Nope.  We were without power this morning and have had one or two little tornados, but I think/hope all we're going to get some nasty wind and rain.

Oh dear that sounds rather nasty but you've had to live through
these storms/hurricanes before.
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #480 on: 31/08/2008 21:58:51 »
Seems old Gusty has claimed a few lives already. Thank goodness New Orleans has been evacuated this time. I hope they don't have such a bad time this time.
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« Reply #481 on: 31/08/2008 23:33:37 »
Seems old Gusty has claimed a few lives already. Thank goodness New Orleans has been evacuated this time. I hope they don't have such a bad time this time.

Sharon not exactly because now the New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagal (sp)
has put a dusk to dawn curfew. Having asked the citizens to leave
the city.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7590426.stm
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« Reply #482 on: 31/08/2008 23:47:15 »
It is going to get very bad for New Orleans. The levees are still in bad shape as the plan to bring them up to standards that could stand a direct hit is in its third year of implementation - third year of a ten year plan.

Also, the area in which most work has been done is the area of the damage caused by the last hurricane. This will not be the area mos adversely affected with this storm. Last time the east bank was most damaged. This time the west bank is the area expected to receive the worst damage while part of the east bank, although not as badly hit , will still be quite severely damaged.

It just doesn't look good for New Orleans.

All we will get here is a lot of rain after landfall and possible a few tornados: nothing compared to what the poor people over there will suffer. And it will cause problems for the US - and world - economy for quite a while. It all has to do with oil and refining. The area that will be hit is the largest concentration of refining in the US and possibly the world. So prices for all petroleum and petroleum products will increase dramatically.

And the northern part of the US will suffer this winter as there will be no way to replace the heating oil that would have been refined in the area that will take the brunt of the storm.

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« Reply #483 on: 03/09/2008 02:47:27 »
Looks like New Orleans made it through this time.
Huzzah!

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« Reply #484 on: 03/09/2008 13:44:27 »
That is wonderful!

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« Reply #485 on: 29/10/2008 17:56:16 »
Now

Rain continuing to spread eastwards across the country, with some sleet and snow in parts of Ulster and north Leinster at first. Clearer showery weather extending from the west this afternoon and evening. Highest temperatures 5 to 10 degrees, with the moderate to fresh winds veering northwesterly.

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Clear spells and scattered showers tonight, largely of rain or hail. Lowest temperatures 1 to 5 degrees in strengthening north to northeast winds. Ground frost forming in some inland areas.



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« Reply #486 on: 29/10/2008 18:19:44 »
We had some sleat and a frost last night. Temps down to -1

Today: rain/sleat earlier then dry with patchy cloud. Max temp 9 deg.

Now: dry, cold. temp 3 deg

Tonight: patchy cloud, dry. Max temp is forecast at 5 deg??? I think we be lucky if it stays above 0.

Tomorrow: cloudy with some sunny intervals, dry with rain/sleat by the evening. Max daytime temp 5 deg.


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« Reply #487 on: 29/10/2008 19:06:03 »
Raining in Paignton at the moment, filling up my rainwater harvesting system nicely. Behind every dark cloud there is a silver lining. Temperature dropped off last 2 days, not reaching freezing yet at least.
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« Reply #488 on: 29/10/2008 23:45:27 »
Suuny and cool here slight breeze.. Rain forcasted for tomorrow!

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« Reply #489 on: 30/10/2008 21:40:03 »
Cold overnight with frost in many areas, and a risk of icy patches. Showers of rain or hail, some heavy, mainly in parts of the east and southeast. Breezy in coastal areas, with lighter winds inland. Lowest temperatures of minus 1 C to plus 4 C.


Tomorrow

Cold and breezy again tomorrow with sunshine and scattered showers. Showers will mainly affect northern and eastern coasts. Highest temperatures of 6 C to 9 C, with fresh and gusty north to northeast winds.

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« Reply #490 on: 31/10/2008 06:44:57 »
Stormy and windy... cold.. was 70 degrees F. about 9:00 but has dropped to about 50 degrees F. really quickly.. Its 11:44 PM...

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« Reply #491 on: 02/11/2008 13:00:35 »
raining in buckets and pretty warm considering.. but the air still breezy ..... makes my bones ache!

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« Reply #492 on: 03/11/2008 17:38:02 »
Cold this evening and tonight with mist and fog becoming widespread, and with some dense fog in places. A little rain or drizzle will affect the northwest, but otherwise it will be dry. Lowest temperatures zero to 5 degrees, with patchy ground frost, where skies stay clear.




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« Reply #493 on: 03/11/2008 21:51:02 »
 VERY Windy stormy ..pouring dwn rain.....buckets full supposed to hit record rain fall over the next couple days... power is down all around me....no one has power now......I bought a portable kerosine heater....it is running keeping the house warm.....very loud pounding rain....Think I will make some Hot chocolate on the top of this heater...

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« Reply #494 on: 05/11/2008 22:19:57 »
It's been PERFECT running weather. Ran every monday, wednesday, friday after school the last few weeks (3-5 miles a day)

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« Reply #495 on: 06/11/2008 05:20:38 »
Glad to hear it.. good job!

What is perfect running weather!

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« Reply #496 on: 06/11/2008 21:38:09 »
Rain in the southwest and west will extend northeastwards this evening, turning heavy in places. Clearer conditions, with occasional rain and hail showers will arrive in Munster and Connaught early tonight. Rain affecting Leinster and Ulster will clear as the night goes on but blustery rain or hail showers will persist in Munster and Connaught. Turning colder overnight but frost is unlikely, owing to fresh or strong winds veering from southeast to southwest. Lowest temperatures 4 to 8 degrees Celsius.

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« Reply #497 on: 08/11/2008 22:48:14 »
 CURRENTLY:  Pouring down rain.. windy and cold! 42 degrees F.
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« Reply #498 on: 12/11/2008 22:31:57 »
Patchy rain in the west and north will turn persistent later this evening and will spread to remaining areas overnight. Lowest temperatures 4 to 8 degrees, in a freshening southwest wind.

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« Reply #499 on: 15/11/2008 20:32:00 »
Sunny and 70 degrees F. today so far....

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