Today's episode was one we were watching for because the weather just felt like it was going to do it. There were dark clouds to our northwest for some time, which allowed us to check radars and other resources with plenty of time to do all we needed to do in order to deal with potential downpours and heavy winds.
|Looks like it could be serious, but plenty of time.|
|Some very interesting clouds moving in opposite directions.|
|The first cell to the North was pretty serious. Apparently some small tornadoes near/in Rockwell?|
|But, it got stronger as it got closer|
|I'd call that a deep slate blue.|
|Soon, the peas and carrots will be more visible in that field.|
|Clouds can be beautiful, that's for certain.|
At last count, we were over an inch of rain with more on its way. We got 1.6" of rain yesterday and were glad for it because we needed it. We're really not so sure we need more at this point. But, we don't really get a say in the matter. So, there you have it.
I guess all of the plans Rob and Tammy took the time to make for the next several days are going to have to be modified. Such is the life of the Genuine Faux Farmers.