Washing cars or windows is supposed to work, as is hanging fresh laundry
out on the line. ;-)
What works most often for me is turning on the soaker hoses to the
garden or fence borders.
Rain within 24 hours!
I hope you get some rain, Tim. We were lucky yesterday. Clouds, fat and
dark with water, moved in from the northwest and promised rain. Leaves
turned their silver sides up in anticipation, and I swear the foot high corn
was dancing in the fields as they waved at the sky. Then the clouds burst
and the water fell. Instantly the heat we have been experiencing here in
Ohio gave way to cool northern air. What a relief! In answer to your
question...find a corn field, face the direction fronts usually come in from
and start dancing. Wave your arms arms with the corn and beckon those fat
water clouds to come.
Southern California is a semi-desert. The Owens Valley water, Colorado
River water, and aqueduct water from the Sacramento River in northern
California are what make southern California possible. When you get a
couple of showers in southern California, you know it's winter. When the
tumble weeds bloom in southern California you know it's spring. People
build homes in the chaparral. The chaparral needs fire for it's seeds to
germinate. Hello, Topanga Canyon and southern California.
Southern California is a semi-desert. It is best not to expect rain.
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On Jun 29, 8:50 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (diane) wrote:
know the feeling.......we have a well too, but the way the river's
looking, the well might be dry soon. I'm still watching it rain all
round my area, but not enough to even merit falls here.............
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