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20 minutes ago, Anastasis said:

Sahara dust cloud sunset showing out. 

Was thinking the same thing. It's nice till you try to breathe.

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On 6/22/2020 at 8:52 PM, Hate said:

Here are the projected totals through Friday from the GFS model:

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And here are the projected totals for the next week from the NWS.

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Well they were just a little low on that first week prediction. We got hammered Monday and Wednesday. 

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Rain is coming this a.m. (moving up from the Valley), but most of it will be E of ATX.  However we should get a good shower or two around 10 or 11.

No, it won't wash out the Sahara Dust for more than a few hours.  Most of the dust is gonna get here later today into the weekend anyway.

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10 hours ago, austingirl said:

Was thinking the same thing. It's nice till you try to breathe.

I can't breathe...through my nose. Seriously, my  sneezing  woke me up and I'm finding it difficult to form thoughts in between allergy attacks.

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Mold is pretty high right now due to the rains a few days ago.  I guess that should continue for a few more days now.

So you're suffering from either mold, African dust, corona virus, or something South Austin's mom gave you.

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39 minutes ago, miguelito said:

So you're suffering from either mold, African dust, corona virus, or something South Austin's mom gave you.

Man, fuck 2020.

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We had all this African dust in the air yesterday. All this rain is going to wash all that dust into the ground water. In a week, when we drink that water, are we going to get Ebola?

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5 minutes ago, crash_davis said:

We had all this African dust in the air yesterday. All this rain is going to wash all that dust into the ground water. In a week, when we drink that water, are we going to get Ebola?

It washed Ebola-laden dust and a trillion locust eggs down to earth.  We'll have all the plagues covered in no time.  Time to go out and acquire some lamb's blood.....

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3 hours ago, miguelito said:

Mold is pretty high right now due to the rains a few days ago.  I guess that should continue for a few more days now.

So you're suffering from either mold, African dust, corona virus, or something South Austin's mom gave you.

Por qué no todas

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11 hours ago, bolverk said:

I can't breathe...through my nose. Seriously, my  sneezing  woke me up and I'm finding it difficult to form thoughts in between allergy attacks.

Do you still smoke?

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26 minutes ago, ROFL BOX said:

Do you still smoke?

Nope. Finally quit about a year and half ago.

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1 hour ago, ROFL BOX said:

Obligatory: Kansas.DustInTheWind.mp4

Best comment: "I cant believe Hulk Hogan, Bob Ross, Hagrid and Rambo all collaborated to make this beautiful song."

 

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33 minutes ago, phdhorn said:

I-35 yesterday about 5 p.m.  

SomeEasyIlsamochadegu-size_restricted.gi

Hi phd

Any model for this dust to predict length of time in area  ?    

Thanks  !

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3 hours ago, torre said:

Hi phd

Any model for this dust to predict length of time in area  ?    

Thanks  !

Most of it is gone. It's noticeably clear today. the biggest chunk of it is actually going to move east into Florida and up the Atlantic, and the rest of it, much thinner, is going to move north up toward the great lakes. We're done with it.

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6 hours ago, LABEVO said:

Fuckin force field has kept Austin dry all weekend 

Sorry you went 48hrs without rain during the last week of June in Central Texas.  

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San Antonio quietly enters Stage 1 drought restrictions as the Edwards Aquifer drops below the 660' MSL threshold. Currently at about 655' and falling quickly , Stage 2 starts at 650'.

Absolutely zero rain in the forecast for the next week or so. F 2020.

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8 minutes ago, stone oak said:

San Antonio quietly enters Stage 1 drought restrictions as the Edwards Aquifer drops below the 660' MSL threshold. Currently at about 655' and falling quickly , Stage 2 starts at 650'.

Absolutely zero rain in the forecast for the next week or so. F 2020.

The next week???  It’s never gonna rain again 

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18 minutes ago, Post Oak said:

@Trey3216

How's the garden holding up?

Struggle bus.   Peppers are doing Really well.  Lost most of my tomatoes and all of my zucchini to either squirrels or possums.  I accidentally killed my potatoes 

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2 minutes ago, Brisketexan said:

That has to be a euphemism for something....

Is that like Jimmy Carter saying "I sat on my nuts"?

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