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Our crops are done, I will take all the rain we can get. Fill some sloughs, I better not hear complaining about to much rain!


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Let the rain come, if its like any of the other forecasts it will just fizzle and die than put more rain in the forecast again, rinse and repeat.

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I would gladly share.
Had a good shot here close to 3 inch at home close to Yorkton and the rest of the farm got a solid 2".
I gotta go clean a culvert now the beaver plugged up.
Cause if we get 2 more inches water will start running again to downtown Winnipeg.
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This picture is interesting

https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/qpf/d1...?1560952887983
I am looking at the pattern and how it can be seen to follow the shape of what our jetstream usually does.

A good analogy of atmospheric moisture is "rivers in the sky" or atmospheric rivers. You can actually read about it if you search for the term. And so temperature pushes these rivers north and south as well as how much moisture is held and released. In this case it is probably just coincidence that the moisture is following this pattern but it may cause some people to look at and read about the terms.
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Does he just pull that **** out of his ass?
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Does he just pull that **** out of his ass?
Weather network always goes to extremes. Predicting a couple mm then a model goes haywire and they ramp it up to 4 inches. Backed it off now to 1.5 inch. Anything is appreciated. Probably got a half inch so far here today.
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We needed rain like a hole in the head. Water standing everywhere again and at this point its doing more damage then good. I truly wish I could share.
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Inch and a half last night and it’s still coming, couple feet won’t hurt my feelings.
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Weather network always goes to extremes. Predicting a couple mm then a model goes haywire and they ramp it up to 4 inches. Backed it off now to 1.5 inch. Anything is appreciated. Probably got a half inch so far here today.
There hasn't been any real weather forecasting done since the Regina weather office closed in the '90s sometime.
The computer model does it now largely based off what has happened on the same day in previous years.
Accuracy took a deep nosedive ever since.
You could walk outside and look up and be just as accurate as The weather network or Environment Canada.
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You could walk outside and look up and be just as accurate as The weather network or Environment Canada.

That would be more accurate.

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