from the hurricane?
We got very little, though some parts of southeastern new england got a decent amount from what I heard.
Not so much rain from Isaac around Chicago, just about 1/4 inch, but we've had enough from other events that we're back to D0.
In the past we have had hurricane events stretch into Michigan, but what you need is a hurricane moving with good speed. This one was quite slow, stalled over the South, and we saw nothing. Still, there have been a few showers, I had to water only once last week, and stuff is growing. We are going to get a line of T-storms tomorrow night, that will drop the highs to around 70, probably to stay.
I live in va and if it rains one more time I am going to lose it lol. it has rain for a good portion of the week for the last few weeks.
Mild Winter, rain once every 8-10 days all Spring & Summer, a cool Fall. If this keep up I may quit my job & sale vegetable on the side of the road.
I think the rain we've been getting has all been attributed to Isaac, most of the past week has been rainy, tomatoes all splitting and rotting, beans are way too mature for eating green, and the grass has gotten out of control. Might be time for a break and till it all in come October!
We got 2 inches on Cape Cod -- the heaviest rain all summer. It has been DRY.
I got about 1.3 inches from Issac. I just got a good shower a few minutes ago and more headed this way it looks like.
We got 0.05in bringing the twelve month total to 0.47in.
9.3 inches over 2 days - 7.05 Wendesday, 2.25 Thursday
Plenty and then some. I tried to pick them before they split. Tried. 2 more inches from the last rain. Thank goodness for waterproof garden booties.
I got 3.4 inches yesterday and last night...and it soaked in very well.
See, I got the same system as Wayne_5, but for me, only 0.6 inches. It has been like that all season, more rain to the N and S.
The Red Sox were rain delayed at Fenway Park last night. I'm 8 miles away, and I got nothing.