As of the end of August Houston Intercontinental (IAH) where the weather
service measures the "Oh-ficial" rainfall amounts, Houston had reached it's
average annual total of ~48 inches. Still four months to go.
On Wed, 12 Sep 2007 23:23:25 -0500, "Dave in Houston"
Certainly don't want to wish you Texans any harm, but we've been
waiting and hoping for a weak tropical storm to blow through the coast
quickly, do no real damage, and drift on up our way. Looks like this
is the one.
We're in a "exceptional" drought, about 16" behind for the year. This
thing is supposed to get us about two of those by Saturday night.
Yesterday morning at this time the only "Humberto" I knew was on a
construction crew, this morning it was apparently a hurricane less than 60
miles away that we all slept through ... and boy are the talking heads
Anytime you want to send some of the rain northwesterly feel free. I live
in Rio Rancho, NM and have had a whopping 6.22 inches of rain, the water
company is considering making me a Honorary Chump for the amount of water
used on my garden this year.
Watch for the bounce.
If ya didn't see it, ya didn't feel it.
If ya see it, it didn't go off.
Old Air Force Munitions Saying
They will drag out some old footage and talk all night about what
COULD have happened. If we're lucky, they'll show that footage of the
Tacoma Narrows Bridge flapping in the wind. CNN won't stop at anything
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