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The NEVERENDING Weather Thread

Bubba

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Temps will get up into the mid-80s this afternoon here in the ATL (die, Covid-19, die!). On the flip side, the pollen count today is close to 6,000...yellow pine pollen clouds everywhere.
 

mendelman

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There’s a tornado warning in the PA counties west of me, and the adjacent counties in WV and OH.
It rained like the dickens here in my part of NE OH. It looks nice and fresh in the neighborhood now and it’s about 64F at the moment. Though it’s forecasted to drop into the 40s by the end of the day.
 

kms

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We had several strong and intense storms yesterday. A man cleared debris away from a storm drain and the rush of water pulled him into the pipe. He didn’t make it.
 

WSU MUP Student

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It was sunny with temps in the mid 60s yesterday morning but it was pretty windy. We went for a nice long walk but my oldest daughter is starting to get bored with our "walks to nowhere" as she calls them.

When we got home her and my wife made some brownies and opened up some of the windows in the house and when they were in the kitchen her friend and her family rode their bikes up in our driveway so my daughter got to talk to her through the window for a few minutes so that was a nice diversion.

In the afternoon it got windy enough that it knocked over the really heavy adirondack chairs on our front porch, trash cans were rolling up and down the street, etc. I went for a walk around the block before dinner and the porto-john outside of the house being built up the street had gotten knocked over. :sick:
 

michaelskis

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It was sunny with temps in the mid 60s yesterday morning but it was pretty windy. We went for a nice long walk but my oldest daughter is starting to get bored with our "walks to nowhere" as she calls them.

When we got home her and my wife made some brownies and opened up some of the windows in the house and when they were in the kitchen her friend and her family rode their bikes up in our driveway so my daughter got to talk to her through the window for a few minutes so that was a nice diversion.

In the afternoon it got windy enough that it knocked over the really heavy adirondack chairs on our front porch, trash cans were rolling up and down the street, etc. I went for a walk around the block before dinner and the porto-john outside of the house being built up the street had gotten knocked over. :sick:
It was sunny and hit 90 at my house. The pollen was insane though.
 
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