Monday, January 16

Get This

To further illustrate the copious amounts of rainfall we are experiencing here in the great Northwest this winter, let me throw in these little facts for you to ponder.

According to my local weather guy, it has rained 29 of the last 30 days. We have received in that time just about 13 inches of precipitation, which is about 33% of our annual rainfall. The seven-day forecast shows one day with a chance of no rain for this next week.

Now where did I tie that rowboat?

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6 comments:

Jason Hill said...

It usually doesn't get to me since I picture all that precipitation falling as the frozen white stuff up in my high-elevation playground.

Of course today the freezing level went up and they had rain at Timberline, that gets to me.*sigh*

Johnathan M. Thomas said...

What would "Rain Rain Showers" be defined as?

Is there another type?

randy said...

a rowboat may not suffice -- have you thought about an ark?

PapaPeters said...

reminds me of 1999 it was crazy like that and it was my first year in portland I had a couple friends drop out and go home to get away from the rain.

Steve Maxwell said...

See comment on previous blog. HAHAAHAHAHAHA.

And here is another song for you K-White:
Raindrops keep fallin' on my head
But that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turnin' red
Cryin's not for me
'Cause I'm never gonna stop the rain by complainin'
Because I'm free (in Jesus)
Nothin's worryin' me

(please see me with a big grin on my face right now)
Later.

Davis Family said...

I know the rainbow means that God will never flood the earth again. Does it also mean that He won't let us have 40 days of rain?