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Offline Dotch

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Yes, I hear you roony. I hope my house doesn't injure the peasants when it slides down the hill. That would be unfortunate.

.55" in the ranch gauge this a.m. & .78" in Bugtussle. Still some passing showers on my way into town earlier and looked like it was still raining at the ranch as of a few minutes ago. Go big or go home. 
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Offline Gunner55

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We had a couple of 10-15 minute showers pass through here yday between 4 & 5 where it rained kind of hard for a bit. I found .3" in the gauge this morning. There's a slight chance (~30%) of some more mid- afternoon today too. A better chance again tomorrow late AM to early PM.
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Offline LPS

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We could see some big clouds south of us and I wondered how close they were to you Gunner.  It was about 4 or 5. So now I know.  :sleazy:
« Last Edit: July 07/06/24, 08:02:28 AM by LPS »

Offline mike89

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only some gray clouds here but still got a quick rain shower about 5 minutes ago   just enough to get every thing wet.... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline LPS

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It is low 80's here.  Clouds are starting to build and chances of rain go up pretty soon. 

Offline mike89

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well we just has a pounder rain come by here, over 1/2 inch in a short time... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline glenn57

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thats crazy.............sun's been shining here all day.......maybe a few clouds now and then.
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Offline mike89

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thats crazy.............sun's been shining here all day.......maybe a few clouds now and then.

we might get more tonight too..  future radar looks like maybe you too... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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thats crazy.............sun's been shining here all day.......maybe a few clouds now and then.

we might get more tonight too..  future radar looks like maybe you too...
yea thats what the news was blabbering about a bit ago.......i'm done outside anyway....so bring it.
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Offline mike89

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I was still outside when it started, oh well!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

didn't get to wet...  :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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After sheep washing & when finishing up chores it starts dripping again. Looks like so far this one is trending heavier towards I-90. Let's keep it that way... :coffee:
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Offline mike89

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ended up with just under an inch of rain here...   wonder what today will be... 
« Last Edit: July 07/07/24, 07:29:36 AM by mike89 »
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline Gunner55

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What we're getting now s'posed to last 'til ~ 11 & like I said in the GM thread, I dumped .4" the 1st time I went out today.
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The rain went either north or south of us yesterday. Hurray!

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dumped a 1/2 inch out this morning.
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Offline Dotch

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.02" was all from the showers between 6 & 7 p.m. Still makes 6 straight days with measurable precip. Looks like a 20% chance for later afternoon & tonite, then a 30% chance tomorrow.   
Time itself is bought and sold, the spreading fear of growing old contains a thousand foolish games that we play. (Neil Young)

Offline LPS

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We have rain chances all around us but looks like they may not hit us. 

Offline mike89

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about 515 the rain poured down!!  1/2 inch again for sure..  some wind and lots of noise... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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We ended up with a 15 minute light rain.

Offline Gunner55

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The people at the resort where headed out by about 10 & we only had another .1" by then, so a bit over .5" this time. Radar sure looked like it was going to wrap back around all afternoon, but it kept breaking up just as it was about to get here.  :cool:
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ended up with just over 1/2 inch last night...
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Nothing here for 24 hours. Going to get hot. 90's by the weekend. :thumbs:
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Not looking forward to that heat. 

Offline roony

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Just got a quick .6" here. Hope its done

Offline Dotch

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I heard it was getting dry up that way... :coffee:
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Poured again here. Another .55" so far. Good thing Dotch told God I needed it!

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Looked at the gauge about a half hour ago. .16" was all then. It's thundering again however. That or my stomach is growling really loud...⛈️
Time itself is bought and sold, the spreading fear of growing old contains a thousand foolish games that we play. (Neil Young)

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Somebody told me on a wet year like this you need to keep getting rain because the roots are so shallow. First time I heard that one. Actually the soybeans look decent where they're above water.

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With corn that becomes true especially as it gets close to tasseling which some of the area corn is. Tassels showing in the 96 day hybrid in the plot by the golf course yesterday. Once it tassels, the root system is as big & deep as it will get. The soybeans look OK from the road but we're starting to see disease issues crop up in them. The wet weather & saturated soils have created an ideal environment for fungal pathogens including phytophthora & fusarium. Several have sent samples into the U & other labs after noticing areas of soybeans stunted & dying. It's pouring here now... :pouty:
Time itself is bought and sold, the spreading fear of growing old contains a thousand foolish games that we play. (Neil Young)

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seen some corn tasseling up here this morning... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!