By: Skyepony , 2:31 PM GMT on April 01, 2012


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April is the last month for North FL to plant the spring veggies & the one month window for many of them. More summer fare is hitting the dirt too, just about all the winter veggies seeds should get packed away til fall. Central FL is about done planting most spring plants & starting the summer garden. South Florida is done planting spring fare & only planting summer plants. * means last month to plant.

North FL Plant all beans (last month for pole* & Bush* beans), cantaloupe*, corn*, cucumbers*, eggplant, okra, southern Peas, peppers*, Sweet Potatoes, pumpkins*, summer squash*, tomatoes*, watermelon & turnips.

Central FL ..Plant~ All beans*, cantaloupes*, okra, southern peas, sweet potatoes, watermelon, Gourds & broomgrass.

South FL Plant ALL beans*, southern Peas, sweet potatoes, okra, watermelon ,Gourds & Broomgrass.

April 2012
26th-27th Plant Tomatoes, Beans, Peppers, Corn, Cotton, And Other Aboveground Crops. Plant Seedbeds. Start Flower Gardens.
28th-30th Grub Out Weeds, Briars, And Other Plant Pests.
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135. guygee
12:16 PM GMT on May 01, 2012
Good morning Skye - I was happy to see 0.06" in my rain gauge from a shower overnight. Plants have been wilting in the afternoon lately. I still have some rainwater so I've been running around the yard with buckets.

I second Louisclocks motion! May can be a very dramatic month, waiting to see when the dry season breaks and the rains begin.

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134. Louisclocks
12:05 PM GMT on May 01, 2012
Happy May Day
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133. Skyepony
6:57 PM GMT on April 30, 2012
The switch hasn't completely been thrown for the Northern Hemisphere season yet. 97W died, then promptly three invests formed in the Southern Hemisphere..91S, 92S & 93S.
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132. Skyepony
1:40 AM GMT on April 30, 2012
OSCAT caught the SFL/Bahama Blob earlier.
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131. Skyepony
12:55 AM GMT on April 30, 2012
Finally had a chance to look at the satellite. Tropical feel today. Been out in it all day. Went from Casselberry to Malabar. Saw a quick downpour in Melbourne. Had 0.11" here. Saw a decent scud cloud west of I-95.

Skyepony (the actual pony) was feeling the surface trough south of here, wind would kick up a little & he'd want to go..pranced around more than usual. Fun ride.

The ants are moving to high ground.

There is an Upper level Low over SFL & Bahamas is venting the trough, causing diffluence, especially on the east side, over the Atlantic & Bahamas. So can't rule out a more rain for East Central FL. Little going on now north of Orlando, incoming shower headed for the Cape.

This should continue on about another day. More heavy rain for SFL/Bahamas is possible. Models then call for the different features to move away from each other, weakening it. There is so much shear around. The bulk of the moisture may make it to LA before being slowly pushed back east over much of the Southeast over the next week.
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130. Skyepony
3:02 PM GMT on April 28, 2012
That's actually the new yesterday's Windsat showing now. Hard to believe it caught it two days in a row.

Tropically all the invests that flared yesterday are dead today. 97W is the only survivor.

As for the local moisture. The Bahamas & SFL look to be the real winners of the rain.
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129. Skyepony
5:21 PM GMT on April 27, 2012
Windsat looks much healthier than a few weeks ago. Actually made a pass on that blob yesterday..

Never seen this anomily before..

ASCAT missed.
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128. Skyepony
4:18 PM GMT on April 27, 2012
Rob~ Sorry about your tomatoes.. I used to let things dry out or skip watering before expected rains. Learned it's not the way to fly with tomatoes. If I'm skipping any way, best to pull them before a downpour if they have any color.

Juslvn~ Hey! I was in your blog the other night. Should have commented.

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127. Skyepony
2:49 PM GMT on April 27, 2012
Hey Aqua~ Looks like VT inches closer, though nothing definite.. CA is putting up the good fight too. Like that pic in there.

Fed some spent corn to the ponies yesterday, waiting on seedlings to pop up. Eating alot of cabbage, onions, brussel sprouts, peppers, some cucumbers, cherries are in. Not the best year for blueberries. Grow watermelon..grow:)
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126. Skyepony
2:28 PM GMT on April 27, 2012
97W & 91A are looking a little livelier. 90S is new but not real impressive.. & we have a blob in the Caribbean. Models have it inhospitable or don't pick up on it so much NASA/GMAO GEOS-5 keeps it weak, sheared.. puts it in Nicaragua/East Honduras. May have 92L soon.
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125. aquak9
2:10 PM GMT on April 27, 2012
High Mowing, and Pete's Greens, are two of the stronger voices in Vermont. They helped raise a lotta money after the floods of Irene, to help out local farmers.
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124. Skyepony
3:40 AM GMT on April 27, 2012
Hey everyone. Checking out the tropics. Not real active at the moment.


Now that my license is renewed, human nature sinks long as I don't have to deal with it..kind of sinks down the priority list. Celebrating human nature with some Monsanto Bashing..there's one that hasn't faded but become darker & more troublesome.. Agent Orange corn anyone? No? Better consume organic corn only.

90% of Vermonter's are backing the Governor to sign a bill to label GMO. It looked like a sure thing til last minute Monsanto promised to sue the heck out of the state. Last I saw citizens were gathering money to fight the lawsuit on behalf of their state.

Ya'll rant, rave & comment on. Reading it all.

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123. Skyepony
8:51 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
No Labels or Safety-Testing of Frankenfoods

26 will mark 20 years since the FDA decided, at the behest of the biotech
industry and corporate agribusiness, and under the leadership of Michael Taylor,
to keep Americans in the dark about whether our food has been genetically
engineered or not. Thanks to Michael Taylor, genetically engineered foods don't
have to be safety tested or labeled, and the Food & Drug Administration
conducts no premarket review or approval, as long as Monsanto and their fellow
chemical pushers (Dow, Dupont, Syngenta, BASF) conclude that the genetically
engineered food is not "materially different" from normal food.
Twenty years later, Michael Taylor's FDA has rubber-stamped Dow's conclusion
that their Agent Orange Corn (genetically engineered to resistant massive doses
of the herbicide 2,4-D used in Agent Orange) is comparable to normal corn.
Tom Vilsack's USDA is ready to give Agent Orange Corn final approval. Soon,
we'll be eating unlabeled corn engineered with genes from a soil bacterium that
isn't killed by 2,4-D herbicide - something we've never eaten before, and that's
never been safety tested.
2,4-D is currently the 7th largest source of dioxin pollution in the US and
is toxic to the eye, thyroid, kidney, adrenals, ovaries/testes, and neurological
system. Agent Orange Corn is projected to increase 2,4-D use 50 times over.
Take Action by Tomorrow - April 27,
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122. juslivn
4:45 AM GMT on April 26, 2012
Hi Skye!
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121. RobDaHood
12:52 AM GMT on April 26, 2012
All that rain made a bunch of my tomatoes split!
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120. Louisclocks
11:31 PM GMT on April 25, 2012
I thought you might find this interesting. National Geographic extream close up of flight deck on shuttle. 20416-nasa-space-shuttle-discovery-smithsonian-360 -tour-panorama-science/
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119. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
6:39 AM GMT on April 25, 2012
northern Indian Ocean first peak season is coming soon..
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118. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
6:37 AM GMT on April 25, 2012
India Meteorological Department
Tropical Cyclone Outlook
11:30 AM IST April 25 2012

A low pressure area has formed over Comorin Area and neighborhood and vortex centered within half a degree of 6.5N 76.0E. Dvorak intensity is T1.0.

Associated broken moderate to intense convection over Kerala adjoining south Tamil Nadu, Gulf of Mannar, Palk Strait, Comorin, southeast Arabian Sea, and Indian ocean between the equator to 14.0N and 67.0E to 79.0E (including Maldives).
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117. RobDaHood
10:08 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Excellent points.

Yes, like a lot of laws, it burdens law abiding individuals and fails to deter criminals. There are ways to work the system, as usual. Also, this particular law will likely result in more people driving around unlicensed and uninsured.

But remember...this is all for our own good and we should just get in line and follow orders.

In reality, it is just the government acting like they are doing something about a problem when they are not.
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116. Bogon
5:06 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
If this is a federal law, it affects everyone, not just the poor or homeless. We should all rise up and nip this thing in the bud, before it gets worse.

United States citizens are not obliged to answer to any certain name or to live in any certain place. They are not obliged to have money. When it comes right down to it, you don't need a license to drive a car. I'm thinking that, in Florida, an expired license may soon become a badge of honor.

One's identity does not inhere in a piece of paper.
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115. guygee
4:39 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Just to add to everyone else's excellent observations on the injustice and raw stupidity of the Florida Driver's License Laws:

1. The law is anti-women. It is married women who need to get a copy of their marriage license, which can be much more difficult to get than a birth certificate if you got married out of state. Also, any religious certificate won't pass, even if signed by the Pope or Pat Robertson or the Dalai Lama, etc.

2. The law is extremely anti-poor and especially anti-homeless. Any reasonable court should rule the law unconstitutional since it deprives homeless people of their civil rights. But the objective is to keep the growing masses of homeless "out of sight, out of mind", and prevent them from becoming a political force.

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114. Bogon
4:08 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
That Real ID nonsense ticks me off. Are you more yourself with a piece of paper than you are without?

It is not the government's function to hassle people. The government is there to help, to facilitate, to expedite. If it gets in the way, it can be replaced — by force, if necessary. That is the definition of democracy. That is how our present government was instituted.
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113. GardenGrrl
4:07 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Oh my. I owe my Mom an apology. The other day she went on a full on rant about the Florida DMV and having to prove every name change etc. It took here over a week to get her license renewed.
I thought it was probably because she was chronically un-organized...(you have to know Mom to truly appreciate this)...Now I guess I'm proud of her for rising to the challenge instead of just going around with an expired license.

This law is kind of like getting rid of car locks that can be opened with coat hangers or car keys with $$$ chips. Thieves will find an easy work around, but those of us that own the car (or drivers license) have to go through hoops and money to get what is rightfully ours should we forget something.

Shout out to Aqua; your veggies look great!
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112. RobDaHood
2:47 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Was talking to a guy a couple weeks ago that had spent most of a day trying to get his renewed. He had all the right stuff. Birth certificate, voter registration, concealed carry permit, insurance bills. Problem was, the street address did not read EXACTLY the same on all of it. Something like "Cherry lane west" vs "W Cherry ln." Anyone local would know what it meant, but because of the differences of how different agencies entered things in the dice. He went to his insurance agency and had new ID cards made up to satisfy the DMV and finally got it taken care of.
(after missing 3 hours work).
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111. guygee
2:37 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Sorry they gave you the run-around at the DMV, Skye, I had problems renewing earlier this year too. I brought everything I thought I needed and more, but the guy behind the glass said no. It might surprise you considering my mild manners, but I had a major public flip-out, the kind where everyone shuts-up and stares. I cursed the state and all of the politicians in Tallahassee. Luckily the guy didn't call the police, he was actually somewhat nice about it, guess he'd seen worse...he said I needed to have my wife sign a form and bring in another proof of address with her name. Wouldn't even take my checkbook with my name and address, "You coulda just printed that up!". Surprised I didn't need a note from my Momma too. Big Brother sucks.

This dry wind the past 36 hours has just about erased the rainfall over the weekend in my locale. Good to reiterate that drought is measured by overall soil moisture and groundwater levels, and not necessarily by rainfall deficit directly. These red-flag conditions are much worse than a nice breezy onshore flow.
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110. RobDaHood
1:32 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Angie is jumping though the hoops to get all here paperwork in order for the license renewal. It's expensive getting that stuff from NY State.

Another problem is although I have a mailbox here, all my bills and important stuff goes to a PO Box. Not acceptable, so have to change addresses on stuff, wait to get a couple bills in that have the street address on them, then change it back.

Stupid and anybody that wanted to fake an address could do so.

I've lived in the same place for a long time. I know a lot of cops and public officials. They know where I live, but soon, I too will have to jump through hoops.

The thing that makes me angriest is that the courts ruled that the states did not have to do this. Florida said "well, we've already spent the money to implement it so we'll keep it."

It would get pretty expensive for a woman who was born in another state, married in another state, then divorced and remarried, then moved to FL. If the state had to pay for all that paperwork (some states charge substantial fees) then this would all go away, but it's not their problem...

Not the DMV's fault, it came from Tallahassee.

It's costing citizens millions of dollars to comply in an economy where we could better spend the time and money on more important things.
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109. ShenValleyFlyFish
1:05 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
When VA pulled that stunt on me, after it was all said and done and the final button had been pushed on the computer, I cracked to the DMV employ that it would have been cheaper and easier to have run over to the 7/11 and found the right guy to gin out all the stuff on his basement computer/printer. She didn't find it at all funny. A real PIA for them for no practical gain.
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108. Skyepony
12:18 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
99P is finally gone 97W is new.

So cold! CMC has 91L remains in the area at the end of the run.

Fire map is maxed out in spots.. fire-free day wishes to all:)

Another something on the DMV, I knew the nightmare tales must have some merit when I saw the changes to the place. The workers were all, but the greeter, behind bars & bullet proof glass.
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107. Skyepony
3:31 AM GMT on April 24, 2012
Thanks y'all for appeasing me with having a little fun with this..

Here's an article from Tampa on it.

Bogon~ It is a FL thing. People are still fighting "real ID" in NC. There are all these stories in local Hometown News where people rant & rave about stuff, it's recurring topic. The laws changed a few years ago & now a lot of people are having a hard time renewing. It's all good online but when your year comes around that you have to come in with about every paper on yourself you can muster..the stories.. You need proof of every name change, every marriage & divorce certificate or proof of death on past spouses. Made a many mad elderly ladies with that law. I barely proved where I live even though it's on my licenses. They require several document with your address.

Ylee~ You've got a great point..I am lucky I was born here.
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106. Bogon
2:46 AM GMT on April 24, 2012
I don't recall being asked for identification when I went to renew a drivers license. The old license was all I ever needed. Must be a Florida thing.
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105. Ylee
2:04 AM GMT on April 24, 2012
Skye, at least you could easily get your birth certificate; in Ky. you have to order it online from Frankfort, which takes a week, minimum!

Why on Earth, though, is the reasoning behind needing a birth certificate to renew? If you can fake an ID, you can fake a birth certificate, IMO.

Good luck tomorrow!
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104. Skyepony
1:35 AM GMT on April 24, 2012
91L still up there, look at the core dive SE as that front from this last low approached.

Saw a brushfire on west side of US1, somewhere between Post & Lake Washington Rd. Near a bunch of trailers in some woods around a retention pond. Smoke blew out over the Indian River.

My birth certificate that was my only one ever issued to me that has got me through to this point was deemed unacceptable to renew my drivers license. I had to drive near an hour away to get another copy of my birth certificate. For that all I had to show was my driver's license. The idiots that made these laws should be voted out. Wish me better luck tomorrow when I try for a license again.

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103. Skyepony
1:44 PM GMT on April 23, 2012
Morning all~ As Tropics stated..Tropically it's pretty dead even through we have three invest. 91L has another naked swirl approaching. Maybe it's last day, but the way it's carried on I'd be scared to bet it.

Indian Ocean one has a little convection..

Tropics~ Yeah, that's why I went back to shuttle pics after the squalline. Weather has been beautiful here.

Aqua~ Those are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. I've got to plant some of those. My first round of green beans is finishing up.

Planted a bit yesterday.. Busy day ahead. First up: going in to renew my driver's license. Wish me luck.
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102. Tropicsweatherpr
12:56 PM GMT on April 23, 2012
Hi Skye. Even though,there are a couple of invests, in general things are quiet globally in the tropics.
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101. aquak9
12:33 PM GMT on April 23, 2012
Rattlesnake Pole Beans, once again, a dependable heavy producer.

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100. Skyepony
3:49 PM GMT on April 22, 2012
Hey everyone..what a squall. Had a few close lightning hits, all the kids in the bed, 28mph gust, .60" of rain.

Guygee~ I think your right about how this would have been worse at a different time of day. Several on the main had discounted thinking things were too stable. Something about the GEOS-5 (been nailing this), the way it looked & then with NWS backing it seemed worth watching. It wolk me up & I storm spotted a little. Which is partly why I'm getting up so late.

MLB NWS called me yesterday evening about spotting the evening before. There was a warned hail cell to the NW that didn't quite make it here to verify but I could attest to the green sky.

Rob~So nice it's all rinsed clean..

Northeast~ It's time to prepare for heavy snow, wind & possible power outages. Should just intensify from here. Latest run on GEOS-5.

sp~ Face the Nation just had a look back at the mothballing of the manned space program.. I maybe still in disbelief.

Got most my baby plants transplanted in the big garden yesterday. Need to plant more today. It's a good planting day by the moon. Got alot of cabbage & cauliflower that will need replaced in a month or so.

Thanks for posting everyone..I've got to run off & tend things.
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99. guygee
2:25 PM GMT on April 22, 2012
Hey Skye - Thanks for the warnings, I was unaware until I checked in here last night.
The line really faded as it approached before I turned in sometime after 2 AM...while heavier storms were firing up offshore over the Gulf Stream and moving away to the NE, possibly siphoning off some of the energy. I recorded 0.46" in my rain gauge for Saturday morning and and an additional 0.45" as of this morning, welcome rains indeed. I think the timing of the system was about 12 hours out-of-phase for a much heavier event.
Have a good Sunday!
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98. LakeWorthFinn
5:43 AM GMT on April 22, 2012
Thanks! I love my NOOA weather radio-TV...
Stay safe yalls!
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97. Skyepony
4:41 AM GMT on April 22, 2012
Hey Finn!! Nice night to cuddle up to your weather box:) Here's your graphic cast..

Stay safe everyone. I'm gonna catch some sleep while we are waiting.
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96. LakeWorthFinn
4:16 AM GMT on April 22, 2012
We're under tornado watch as well, gotta try find the cool map for our region like you posted on your comment 93.
And put my NOOA radio on alert mode!

Oooops my manners... - Hiyalls! :)
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95. Skyepony
4:09 AM GMT on April 22, 2012
... Record daily maximum rainfall set at Melbourne...

a record rainfall of 1.28 inches was set at Melbourne yesterday.
This breaks the old record of 1.10 set in 1989.
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94. Skyepony
3:24 AM GMT on April 22, 2012
Under a tornado watch..

1110 PM EDT SAT APR 21 2012


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93. Skyepony
1:49 AM GMT on April 22, 2012
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92. RobDaHood
4:11 PM GMT on April 21, 2012
Got a good drenching overnight and more to come.
Feeling better today. Hmmm...when was the last time the pollen forecast was .90?
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91. Louisclocks
12:40 PM GMT on April 21, 2012
We got some rain here in South Florida. Not sure how much. I don't think it was enough to help out the non irrigated orange groves. It all helps thow.
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90. sp34n119w
7:35 PM GMT on April 20, 2012
Hi Skye. Just wanted to say thanks for sharing your pics and thoughts of Discovery. I haven't entirely moved from "mad" to "sad" about the end of the program, yet. Can't imagine what it's like for folks directly associated with it.
I am hoping I can go see Endeavor rolling through the streets of L.A. - saw an article about the work they're doing to choose a route - that'll be a trip!
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89. guygee
4:37 PM GMT on April 20, 2012
Got 0.23" myself yesterday, hoping that is just the opening for a very rainy 48-72 hour stretch to come.
Poor Wanee-goers, never been myself, but I swore off of mud-bowls long ago. Some massive festival just outside of Athens, OH...the Allmans played that one too, although it was probably the Chuck Leavell era back then...I remember having to carry a large semi-conscious woman (like 5foot-10inch large)up a steep muddy hill to the tent hospital up top, struggling through massed people sitting on waterlogged blankets, avoiding the only trail since it had become a mudslide for naked dudes like out of some Tim Burton Wet'n'Wild nightmare. That wasn't even the worst part of the day...
Never again!
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88. Skyepony
5:51 AM GMT on April 20, 2012
91L is but a naked swirl.

Congrats! I know how you fee, got 0.14" today. It was humid & summer like for a bit after dark but cooled since.

Checking out the 12Z GEOS-5..looks like a nightmare for Wanee. The worst coming through Sat evening during Furthur & The Allman Bothers.

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87. RobDaHood
1:01 AM GMT on April 20, 2012
Got Rain!
Wow...almost forgot what it feels like!
More in the forecast through Monday!!!!!
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86. Skyepony
3:11 AM GMT on April 19, 2012
I just saw they couldn't get Discovery off the plane today due to high winds & rain. They are hoping to get it down in the next few hours.
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85. SBKaren
3:01 AM GMT on April 19, 2012
Wow - great pictures!!! Thanks for sharing!
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