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Spent the ENTIRE day turning utility pumps on & off.  Can't recall seeing a steady rain like that continuing nearly unabated for a full 24 hours+ except during a hurricane.  And even with that, you get a couple hour respite when the eye passes over.

 

Nowhere for the water to drain into.  Everything was completely saturated.

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Seasons1992
On 7/18/2021 at 12:48 PM, MothersMilk said:

I believe this was taken near Niagara falls:

 

Somebody warn Dan! There are killer whales in the streets!: DanLeBatardShow

 

I didn't know Marineland let their whales go into public...........as you know, "everyone LOVES Marineland."

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Seasons1992
On 7/18/2021 at 2:59 PM, KD in CA said:

Nobody out here would complain....

 

My company is based in Northern CA and every year, it gets dicey with wind and fires. 

 

There is so much rain everywhere, but where it needs to be. WTF.

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1 hour ago, Seasons1992 said:

 

My company is based in Northern CA and every year, it gets dicey with wind and fires. 

 

There is so much rain everywhere, but where it needs to be. WTF.

 

Yeah, gonna be seriously ugly next year if we don't get a big winter in the mountains. 

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MothersMilk
1 hour ago, B-Man said:

 

Let me assure you, it is usually little more than a trickle.

 

 

Can't say as I've ever seen it like that before, even during a spring melt.

 

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RochesterRob
5 hours ago, B-Man said:

 

 

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  Somebody just within the last two days was saying that the Mount Morris Dam is better than 2/3 full.  Is this correct?

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43 minutes ago, RochesterRob said:

  Local news in Rochester said that the Lockport area got over 5 inches of rain in localized spots.

We got 2 inches here in Henrietta.

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