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How's Your Weather?

Started by Alan, Fri May 17, 2024 - 12:18:34

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Alan

About 70ish this afternoon with high chance of thunderstorms, the rest of the weekend looks nice though, sunny and mid 70's. Long weekend here also.  ::smile::

Rella

Yeah, Alan.

We are about 70ish but terrible rains.

Jaime

If what blew theough here last might ends up in the NE, look out.

Rella

Well, we had 4 more confirmed tornados in the area last night.

Again, found out this AM  ::doh::

Jaime


Texas Conservative

82 here on a blessed Lord's Day.

Rella

14 tornados in this hilly area so far. We normally... according to the news... only have 4  ::doh::

Jaime

Meteorological Tribulation?

Texas Conservative

The area is being punished for going for Biden in 2020.

Rella

Quote from: Texas Conservative on Mon May 20, 2024 - 08:12:05The area is being punished for going for Biden in 2020.

Right... they are dems, we are gop so might miss us

Rella

Quote from: Texas Conservative on Mon May 20, 2024 - 08:12:05The area is being punished for going for Biden in 2020.

Proof...

The Pittsburgh Zoo was hit last Friday. No animals were injured or fish... but then again, they dont vote

mommydi

Ping pong size hail the other day. I need to call a roofing company and have them do an inspection. Anything over an inch in diameter usually means a new roof.

Jaime

I remember the good ol' days when we would get rain without hail.  ::intherain::

Rella

Quote from: Jaime on Fri May 24, 2024 - 21:59:49I remember the good ol' days when we would get rain without hail.  ::intherain::

Ah... but you were not in the later of end times then... ::pray::

Jaime


Rella

#15
Quote from: Jaime on Sat Jun 01, 2024 - 06:42:06A dangerous and freakish hailstorm near Lubbock, Texas:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2024/05/29/texas-hail-dvd-size-record-nwws/


Sheesh...

This week I received an email from our homeowners insurance reminding people they normally do not cover floods OR earthquake damage. (Floods I am aware of)

I need to call to see about tornado for our area but I now wonder about hail damage? That could affect windows and aven roofs.


Jaime

#16
I recently added an earthquake rider in my home insurance for $25 per year extra since we have had some 4.0  to 5.0 quakes in the area.

I got a pretty severe hail storm a couple of nights ago with golf ball sized hail. Probably be getting my third roof in less than 10 years. If there is a storm coming capable of rain here, it typically has a hail component in the last several years. I think the Democrats stole Bush's weather manipulation machine!

Jaime

I'm beginning to long for the tranquility of 110 degree sunny days in Mid June through August in West Texas.

Texas Conservative


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