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Getting pounded and in the path....

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91 and sunny here, and a hot dry s wind at 25 mph.
 

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44 degrees gusty northeast winds, bad news for chinch bugs. My kind of town.
 

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Now that we have a roof on the house, we have no more rain !!! Go figure !
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Now that we have a roof on the house, we have no more rain !!! Go figure !
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Are you in the same general weather pattern as Western Montana, on the Front Range of the Bitterroots?

I've been here eight years, and it STILL amazes me...how the area can go from a soggy spring, to a tinderbox of dried ground cover...in two weeks.

I know the science. Intense sunlight, the kind you find at 3600 feet. The thin air warms up fast; and because of, whatever the term is that refers to warmer air holding more moisture...the air becomes dry rapidly.

The wind blows steadily, off the peaks. We can go from 80-percent relative humidity to 25-percent, in about four hours.

Still, it's unnerving to me...a Lake Erie Midwesterner with webs on his toes. We were ALWAYS humid. On a quiet night, you could hear your Chevrolet rust. Out here...we have a fifth season, Fire Season - and it's taken for granted, but like Hurricane Season, it can sometimes be disruptive - or lethal.

So now, three weeks late, we get into the Summer Dry-Out. Fires coming in, oh, I expect, three weeks. Less time if someone pays Antifa to set a few - and we've had "vandals" set some, here, close to town, the last two years.
 

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Humidity is such a bad subject I dont want to talk about it.

I am not a fan.
 

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45 degrees here this morning, this is the coldest I have ever seen it this time of year.
 

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Are you in the same general weather pattern as Western Montana, on the Front Range of the Bitterroots?

I've been here eight years, and it STILL amazes me...how the area can go from a soggy spring, to a tinderbox of dried ground cover...in two weeks.

I know the science. Intense sunlight, the kind you find at 3600 feet. The thin air warms up fast; and because of, whatever the term is that refers to warmer air holding more moisture...the air becomes dry rapidly.

The wind blows steadily, off the peaks. We can go from 80-percent relative humidity to 25-percent, in about four hours.

Still, it's unnerving to me...a Lake Erie Midwesterner with webs on his toes. We were ALWAYS humid. On a quiet night, you could hear your Chevrolet rust. Out here...we have a fifth season, Fire Season - and it's taken for granted, but like Hurricane Season, it can sometimes be disruptive - or lethal.

So now, three weeks late, we get into the Summer Dry-Out. Fires coming in, oh, I expect, three weeks. Less time if someone pays Antifa to set a few - and we've had "vandals" set some, here, close to town, the last two years.
Our weather went from down pour to hot & dry in two days. Normal rain fall for us is 60/70 inches/year.
We get our weather from the coast.
We watch the clouds come in like a fog front.
We are about 80 miles, as the crow flies, from Coos Bay.
 

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Our weather went from down pour to hot & dry in two days. Normal rain fall for us is 60/70 inches/year.
We get our weather from the coast.
We watch the clouds come in like a fog front.
We are about 80 miles, as the crow flies, from Coos Bay.
I looked up Coos Bay (I'd never heard of it!!) and boy howdy, you are in the sticks. Are you east or west of Route 5? I zoomed in with the map, and it;s so woolly up there, you've got lizards learning to fly. BTW: There is a $10,000 fine for shooting Bigfoot. <-- Actual Oregon Law -- at least where Scooter lives.