Drought 0, Rain 1

Posted on 27 Aug ’08 by Earl Moore

200808270745.jpg Yesterday and last night have brought heavy bands of rain from the remains of tropical storm Fay northeast across our area in North Carolina.

This rain is wonderful in helping to break the extreme drought but the ground has been dry for so long it’s slow to absorb water. Heavy rains can quickly become flash flooding.

The rain gauge in our yard captured 5 and 2 tenths of an inch prior to overflowing sometime during the night.

It seems like forever since we’ve had a whole day/night of near constant rain.

What Others Are Saying

  1. Paul 27 Aug ’08 at 11:56 am

    Wow! That’s an amazing amount of rain! My wife told me about it, but I didn’t know that it was that severe. It was raining here nearly every day for the past week, but they were 20 – 30 minute downpours. That’s impressive!

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