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tellico4x4

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Now the models (European and American) have the hurricane going far east of us (Georgia and Carolinas). Canadian doesn't know what to do with it.

Worst yet, all three models are now decreasing the amount of rain expect from these two system Thursday and Sunday. For my area, the forecast went from somewhere between 0.30 and 0.60 inches, to 0 to 0.25 inches. I'm cursed. I must have angered the rain gods.
Got a bit excited yesterday when I saw 60% chance from NOAA for Sunday, now down to 30%.... AccuWeather still shows 82% though
 

tellico4x4

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Midnight storm gave us . 35". Raining again for nearly 2 hours this morning. Sprouts from planting on 8th were still hanging on yesterday. This should help.
 

Bgoodman30

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I planted 2 acres of wheat, oats and crimson clover Thursday gambling on the 40% chance of rain. Got home and they changed it to 0% chance.. Get up Saturday morning and its raining and they say 100% chance or rain and T storms. Check it yesterday afternoon and its back to 40% chance 🤬🤬🤬

I can't remember the NOAA site that shows rain totals for an area? Something on the GFS does anyone know?
 

DoubleRidge

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Still have 400lb of cereal rye in basement waiting on a solid chance if rain....some of the plots we already have out are doing ok....some are struggling...we need rain bad.
 

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