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Belmont31R
06-17-11, 22:16
Next week our forecast in CenTX is scattered t-storms starting tues going through into the weekend.




Last month I read on the tx gov website we need at least 5" of rain in a short period of time just to generate run off into the lakes. The soil is so dry even if we got a few inches it would create little to no run off due to absorption.


This was taken on Parmer and 1431:


http://i274.photobucket.com/albums/jj245/BM31R/cd61706a.jpg

ICANHITHIMMAN
06-17-11, 22:34
Gosh whats the humidity there? Its been in the mid 70s for a few days here and we have had to much rain up intil about a week ago.

Belmont31R
06-17-11, 22:58
HOT DAYS WILL CONTINUE THIS WEEKEND...

SUMMERLIKE CONDITIONS SINCE LATE MAY WILL CONTINUE THIS WEEKEND... ALONG WITH VERY DRY CONDITIONS.

AFTERNOON HIGHS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 90S TO NEAR 101 ACROSS THE HILL COUNTRY AND NEAR 100 TO NEAR 105 OVER ADJACENT PARTS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS. THE DRY SOILS WILL HELP KEEP THE HUMIDITY LOWER THAN USUAL IN THE DAY. THE COMBINATION OF BREEZY WINDS AND LOWER HUMIDITY THAN USUAL WILL CONTINUE IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE HEAT INDEX IN THE AFTERNOON ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY WILL RISE TO NEAR 100 TO NEAR 107.






-- 104 103 101 97
High High High High



Currently 90 at almost 10PM at night.

bubba04
06-17-11, 23:05
Man we could use rain here in Houston as well. I havent seen drops of rain in a long time at my house.

austinN4
06-23-11, 06:14
Austin, Houston and San Antonio all got around 2" of much needed rain early Wednesday morning.

Thanks to all that did a rain dance.