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Somebody's gonna get wet
#1
Unfortunately it's not going to be north central Texas:

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"Fishing is an excuse to be on the water"
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#2
I think SE Texas is safe too. We didn't get anything out of the latest round at the house. As soon as the yard guys get done today, I gotta get about 5000 gallons of water on the grass. We could use 6 inches today and it would still be dry. Most of the cities around here are on water restrictions. Our city's are still voluntary, but several around here are not.
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#3
At this point, I'm pretty sure the house is going on the market as soon as the lake is full. Probably next spring unless we get a tropical system in before then. That boathouse and pier isn't worth $0.10 with 150' of dirt between it and water and that's where it's heading Cool
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#4
I hear ya on market value. When the lakes around here dropped last summer, property got cheap and quick. There was a big to do about mowing what was formerly underwater past the bulk heads. That, and it all became a big attraction for the 4 wheel crowd. Lake Houston turned into a giant pasture for the most part and Lake Sommerville was a dust storm. When you start looking on the coast, keep in mind insurance has turned into a nightmare. My flood went up 14% this year and I had to jump hoops to get reasonable windstorm. It's debatable if windstorm can even pay out this year if we get hit. What we need is a slow moving tropical storm to dump about a foot of rain on the whole state at once. Even then, it would still be behind.
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#5
we don't need no more stinkin' rain...
http://classic.wunderground.com/blog/Jef...rynum=2459
Ray

 
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#6
The computer models are shifting west. The yellow terminus needs to stretch about 700 miles farther west and sit there for 4 or 5 days.
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#7
JD Wrote:The computer models are shifting west. The yellow terminus needs to stretch about 700 miles farther west and sit there for 4 or 5 days.

according to this on WU it should break up by the weekend.. but no matter what we are still gonna get a lotta rain--which I might add WE DON"T NEED...
http://classic.wunderground.com/blog/Jef...rynum=2460
Ray

 
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#8
Nahhhhh. Now it's got NC in its sights Wink PK needs mucho rain.......
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#9
Ray, are you trying to tell us something? LOL! :p
Time's Fun When You're Having Flies!
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#10
headed out before sunrise at 530am this morning.. stopped down at the beach.. uglee dirty water so I didn't even wet a line.. took some pics in a few stops I made..
http://stakeout.smugmug.com/Wildlife/Sun...222_xvQHbp

about an hour ago the rumbling turned to the wet stuff as it started for the next 5 days or so... looks like I was right-- unfortunately-- a lotta rain heading our way..

took this with my Samsung Galaxy S4 phone a lil' while ago... a 3 pic panorama of my now very wet driveway.. for those who love the rain.. you can have all this crapola you want.. I don't need no more stinkin' rain

[Image: HouseRainGalaxyS4Pano07121320130712_092316-1-XL.jpg]

p.s. the good with all of this.. I get to put off the trimming of the front yard for at least another week...
Ray

 
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