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  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    :mrgreen:
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  • eltoncc
    550 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    I will sent you all some clouds full of rain. I have enough of it hanging over my house!
  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    100% humidity would be rain, I have never understood the weather forecast people....I love the rain but with a leaky roof it isn't all that fun...and our landlords wont fix it.... :roll:

    Have rented for over 25 years (moved twice in that period ...). Every one of our landlords would come out to fix something that was potential large-scale long-term damage to their home right away. Plumbing, termites, and leaky roofs would get their immediate attention.

    Minor stuff waits ... We always convince them to make a deal -- all year, we keep a list of little irritants like cabinet hinges and windows that stick and loose tiles in the shower and walls that could use some fresh paint, and at the end of the year they send out the workmen to fix it all at one time.

    But a landlord who ignores a leaky roof is, IMHO, an idiot. Even if he doesnt give a crap about his tenant. He's ignoring the chance of major damage to his own house.


    well our landlords are idiots...and wont do anything for us....they had people inspect the roof and they all said the roof needs to be redone... they wont actually have any repairs done til we move out....
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  • rolybert7
    2776 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Ugh it is so hot right now. In the mid 90's F. And it's only May 1st. I bet Rhi is melting right about now too :D

    Oklahoma's only in the 70's with a nice breeze going through so it's just perfect. :P Though once summer really starts we'll be feeling your pain. :mrgreen:
    but don't you get the occasional breeze of 150mph going in a circle sucking up all the wicked witches?!!!!
  • 9d51ca2b37f2d94f
    7697 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Partly sunny: more sun than clouds
    Partly cloudy: more clouds than sun

    Happy I can be of assistance.
    :mrgreen:
  • johncolombo
    11606 posts Senior Moderator
    edited May 2015
    it was in the 90's three days in a row here, then last evening it dropped down into the 60's which is normal for this time of the year. It's 55 right now.
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  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Hot hot and more hot and now we have another rain system coming along...I don't know how much more our roof is going to take the rain... :shock: but we need the rain....
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  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Its peeing down here and has been for a good part of the day :evil:

    I blame Davo180 for stealing our sun!! :mrgreen:
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  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    well some one has to take the blame, Right? :lol:
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  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    well some one has to take the blame, Right? :lol:

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    :mrgreen::mrgreen:
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  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    :mrgreen::lol:
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  • annettemarc
    7747 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    It's supposed to rain all day and most of tomorrow! Like, water! From the sky!


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    (We get special weather announcements on weather.com when it rains.) :)
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  • maximbarne126
    3911 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    You guys want rain and yet we always have it! :lol: However, we want sun!
  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    we have more heat than rain...im not looking forward to the 110 degree weather this summer...
    crawl to the finish ID. socialdisa56
  • annettemarc
    7747 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    we have more heat than rain...im not looking forward to the 110 degree weather this summer...

    Agreed. I hate the heat. We get hot like that in the summer, but ours is not NEARLY as bad as the humid heat in most areas. I don't envy you if that's the case where you are. :(
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  • 9d51ca2b37f2d94f
    7697 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    we have more heat than rain...im not looking forward to the 110 degree weather this summer...

    Agreed. I hate the heat. We get hot like that in the summer, but ours is not NEARLY as bad as the humid heat in most areas. I don't envy you if that's the case where you are. :(

    Glad to hear Cali is finally getting rain. Are the places that need rain the most getting it? (You probably set in this thread, but I'm too lazy to go back and read)
  • annettemarc
    7747 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    moxxee wrote:
    we have more heat than rain...im not looking forward to the 110 degree weather this summer...

    Agreed. I hate the heat. We get hot like that in the summer, but ours is not NEARLY as bad as the humid heat in most areas. I don't envy you if that's the case where you are. :(

    Glad to hear Cali is finally getting rain. Are the places that need rain the most getting it? (You probably set in this thread, but I'm too lazy to go back and read)

    I'm so myopic about this drought, that all I think about is my own area. It's pretty irresponsible of me to be this excited about two days of rain. With just a few days of rain, the brown hills (points helpfully at massive brown range of hills just two houses away) get more brush, which is pretty for a week or so, and then it dries out, and the firemen have to worry about wildfires. (Whatever they're getting paid, it ain't enough.)

    But in our weather alert, it also says that, in the areas around Southern California that have had recent wildfires, there's no brush to stabilize the hillsides, so there's a risk of major mudslides.

    But I'm looking out my window at the rain and enjoying the moment. And hoping for thunder. I love thunder. :)
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  • ghallmark814
    2337 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    <--- massive rain (and Thunder here atm.) I love it but the dogs will want to go on one of the driveways. :?
    I clean enough poop on walks as is.
    :(
  • RMVancleav710
    3540 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    moxxee wrote:
    we have more heat than rain...im not looking forward to the 110 degree weather this summer...

    Agreed. I hate the heat. We get hot like that in the summer, but ours is not NEARLY as bad as the humid heat in most areas. I don't envy you if that's the case where you are. :(

    Glad to hear Cali is finally getting rain. Are the places that need rain the most getting it? (You probably set in this thread, but I'm too lazy to go back and read)


    well I live in the farm country of California and yah we definitely need the rain for all the crops, sadly though it still isn't enough rain to get too excited about... :roll:
    crawl to the finish ID. socialdisa56
  • awez1
    408 posts New member
    edited May 2015
    moxxee wrote:
    we have more heat than rain...im not looking forward to the 110 degree weather this summer...

    Agreed. I hate the heat. We get hot like that in the summer, but ours is not NEARLY as bad as the humid heat in most areas. I don't envy you if that's the case where you are. :(

    Glad to hear Cali is finally getting rain. Are the places that need rain the most getting it? (You probably set in this thread, but I'm too lazy to go back and read)

    I'm so myopic about this drought, that all I think about is my own area. It's pretty irresponsible of me to be this excited about two days of rain. With just a few days of rain, the brown hills (points helpfully at massive brown range of hills just two houses away) get more brush, which is pretty for a week or so, and then it dries out, and the firemen have to worry about wildfires. (Whatever they're getting paid, it ain't enough.)

    But in our weather alert, it also says that, in the areas around Southern California that have had recent wildfires, there's no brush to stabilize the hillsides, so there's a risk of major mudslides.

    But I'm looking out my window at the rain and enjoying the moment. And hoping for thunder. I love thunder. :)

    there were some pretty rad lightening storms last night!! the cat wasn't happy tho. everyone at work is all OH WE NEED THIS RAIN THANK GOD.
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