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Rain, Rain, Go Away

Wednesday, February 01, 2006
It's been a wet winter. Rain, flooding, snow in the mountains... we've been getting a lot of precipitation. As this forecast shows, it's going to continue for a while.

Being from Oregon, this doesn't bother me a whole lot. Sure, we all stay indoors more... but most of us are used to this. Last year's anomalous 60-degree highs in February are a thing of the past. We're back to the good old rain.

But I am getting tired of it. We're over a month past the winter solstice and the days are starting to get longer. It's no longer pitch black when I get home at night. But with heavy storm systems moving through on a semi-weekly basis the light doesn't always get through. I'm ready for the rain to start tapering off.


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