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Monday, September 15, 2014

HERE WE GO AGAIN


Rainy skies and a bit of a rainbow just to the east of us.


A slightly closer look.

Another hurricane over Baja apparently is driving some rain ahead of it up into Arizona.  The next couple of days may be wet and wetter.

12 comments:

Jager said...

Can we get some?

Phil Perisich said...

Maybe we loan some Hopi rain dancers to California. This month's National Geographic is about the drought in California. I was amazed at the number of dams in the foothills of the Sierras.

Stephen Hayes said...

I hear you're in for some stormy weather. Batten down the hatches.

Lowandslow said...

At what point to you start growing webbed feet?

Catalyst/Taylor said...

No

Catalyst/Taylor said...

There's a lot of damns up there, now, too.

Catalyst/Taylor said...

Bring it on!

Catalyst/Taylor said...

Feenix Folk may soon.

Should Fish More said...

Dontcha just love weather? Currently, after past snow and hard freezes, we're basking in mid-70's.

Catalyst/Taylor said...

I used to love what we called Indian Summer. Is that racist nowadays?

Should Fish More said...

Nah. I still call a mountain in central Oregon where I grew up Squaw Tit....it's now Mt. Washington. Google a view of it from the east looking west, you'll see why it was called that, even in maps. Not the term 'Squaw", but the other....

Thérèse said...

At least nice that for you to be able to see them coming...