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- Update
  • By jbagcm at gmail.com
  • Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2016 18:50:58 -0500
Today has been an active day, as far as rain is concerned. Spoke to a friend 
that lives closer to Rum Point, said they ran out of their pool to take cover 
from the lighting. 

It looks as if it is our turn now. As I type the rain is starting to come down. 
Driving along the south coast on the way home, I got a nice pic of a cell 
moving inland. 

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- Update
  • By jbagcm at gmail.com
  • Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2016 20:44:05 -0500
On the way home this evening, our commute took a little longer. While driving 
through Savannah, the rain came down fairly hard. Lasted all the way up to 
Bodden Town before it eased up. 

The local radar is showing increased activity in our area. 

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- Update
  • By jbagcm at gmail.com
  • Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2016 19:46:11 -0500
Although there has been a decrease in shower activity since yesterday, some 
areas are still getting the occasional downpour. 

Got a decent pic of a cloud drifting in from the south. By the time we arrived 
at our destination we had to stay in the car for about ten minutes until the 
rain stopped. 

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- Update
  • By jbagcm at gmail.com
  • Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2016 08:42:52 -0500
It has been a while since my last posting. 

Overall it has turned out to be a good rainy season, especially for the farmers.
Last night in the interior we had some heavy rain. 

Must say, I haven't heard anyone really complaining about it being dry lately. 
Although truth be told we have been having some very hot days. 

Again this morning the clouds are moving in. Looks like another beautiful rainy 
day. 

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