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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by beauhunter41031, May 19, 2020.
Guys it’s been a hard few weeks weather wise. Praying for all to stay safe and whole.
I almost just sunk to Haiti over near Bunnyville, chasing off one seriously obnoxious sounding large flock of starlings roosting high within the trees.
Haven't been setting any wildbird mix feed out; they simply swarmed in like spring bees out of nowhere.
New sneakers and socks in the wash, lesson learned. I had not even put them completely on, merely wearing them like flip flops...was pretty gross feeling.
So much for catfishin' in the Ohio for awhile...
Was checking out all here a bit earlier this morning, as it was raining cats and dogs at times, but then I became distracted. Good to see a post from you again. Mentioned your absence within a now vanished thread earlier this month, wondering where you may had gone (figured Florida to see your sister).
Since bout 9pm we've had just over 4" in Elliott. Left for Ashland this morning, driving over Grayson Lake, the level was like 8' down from summer pool. Came home bout 3hrs later and it was up to summer pool! Came up 8' in 3 hrs!
Lake Cumberland was jacked up quite a bit today also.
We just had flash flood warning extension issued over this way around 20 mins ago.
Flash Flood Warning
2/28/2021 14:23 CST through 2/28/2021 20:15 CST
Flash Flood Warning issued February 28 at 2:23PM CST until February 28 at 8:15PM CST by NWS Paducah KY
The National Weather Service in Paducah has extended the * Flash Flood Warning for... Calloway County in western Kentucky... Southern Graves County in western Kentucky... Southeastern Marshall County in western Kentucky... Trigg County in western Kentucky... * Until 815 PM CST. *
At 223 PM CST, Doppler radar and automated rain gauges indicated additional thunderstorms producing heavy rain moving into the warned area. Between 2 and 6 inches of rain have fallen. Considerable flash flooding is ongoing...and will likely worsen quickly as new rainfall arrives. Do not travel if possible...
Some locations that will experience flash flooding include... Murray, Mayfield, Cadiz, Land Between The Lakes Area, Canton, Lynnville, Sedalia, Wingo, Hardin, Hazel, Water Valley, Aurora, New Concord, Kirksey, Harris Grove and Linton.
This includes the following highways... Interstate 24 in Kentucky between Mile Markers 66 and 69. Interstate 69 in Kentucky between Mile Markers 9 and 13."
It won't take long for Grayson to fill up with this kind of inflow and outflow.
Holy Moly I just looked at the radar. Might have to start building an ark
830-2 am looks rough, then a 2 day reprieve. Not sure how heavy.
Going to have to put pontoons under my hay rolls to feed tomorrow. Going to be a job with all the mud and water.
Looks like Liberty is flooding
Had one of my bedroom doors opening onto the deck today during most of the rains, so that my dogs could exit at their leisure and noticed a decent sized mosquito entered. Thought it to be rather odd, for directly after a February snowstorm. I missed swatting at her, fast one.
She just buzzed past me yet again, causing me to realize that she will likely feast later tonight.
I'm well accustomed to the nasty witches coming out in droves after tropical storms of any magnitude, but not snowstorms followed by flooding.
I did not think we had experienced warm enough temperatures for their success between weather events, nor ample time.
This low having moved in should quickly kill all of them off, but it just seems very odd.
Green River is rolling, I bet you be able to paddle a boat down 127
Went down to the garage to get something, there was a damn duck trying to get in my boat.