Heavy Rain

By Jack Martin on Jan 06, 2016 at 07:10 AM

Well first of all, was yesterday not a great day to see the heavy rain and water flowing down the streets?!

As much as I was very tired after a long day of covering roofs with plastic, it was great to see lots of rain. Most of us received almost 2 inches of rain in total so far.

Today now is going to be wild. Take a look at this low spinning just off shore. This has great rotation and a negative tilt.


What this all means is we are going to have heavy rain and south winds; much more then yesterday. Rain rates are going to be 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch per hour. This afternoon even thunder showers and some tornados are possible. National weather service is even talking about roofs blowing shingles away. (Good for business)

Rain will start shortly. Around 7 am and go pretty steady till 11 or 12. This afternoon expect more showers and rain, behind. This is a colder system and will bring heavy downpours at time.

Another batch of rain around midnight tonight, then showers Thursday and Friday.

Not as often or steady, but we will see rain at times.

Saturday we will see one more, weaker system dropping another 1/4 to 1/2 inch of rain.

Sunday we will get a 2 day break, then another shot of rain Monday night or Tuesday.

This system is too far out to make any calls on at this point.

Today however, will not disappoint, it will be a pretty exciting day if you like heavy rain.

Trying to keep everyone dry in the homes and businesses


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Okay techno-jack!! I will love to give y’alls a double thumbs up, or at least 10 gold stars. I was way impressed with Tony and his young sidekick. Maybe Thomas? They just changed the whole complexion of what we’re going to do. Making it work too! I’ve decided that the key to your enormous business success is your skill in hiring and picking business partners. In my experience, I can think of Sharon, Jeannie, Ricky, Doug, Kirk, Tony, Jorge, Octavio. And I haven’t even seen Beatriz or Ana yet. You continue to hit those line drives, even if your run to 1st base has slowed a bit. So fun for me to see!!
Joe Sevilla