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Parsley last won the day on May 30

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About Parsley

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  • Birthday 08/16/1978

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    New Hanover Township, PA (Gilbertsville)

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  1. That’s some serious rain. Surprised we don’t have any posters in that immediate area.
  2. Sharing is caring. .56 1.21 .20 1.97” three day total
  3. Could be right, PTW had about what you had (0.68”). Guess I had a few heavier cells roll over.
  4. Lets hope next week's tropical remnants don't end up over us for days.
  5. 1.21” IMBY. 1.23” at the next closest station about a mile away.
  6. I hear you. The thunderstorms I yawn over are the ones where the sky gets ominous then we get a 30 second gust front, it pours for 5 minutes and we end up with like 0.15”. We’ve been spoiled by the past 2 days for sure.
  7. Dude, I said you were right about the severe aspect. What I'm saying is that 2+" PWATS aren't your "typical" storms around here.
  8. Speaking of "garden" variety, glad my veggie plants are in pots this year (just did a few for the kids interest) as they hunkered down in the garage avoiding the deluge and wind the past few days. The potted annuals were loaded with water this morning.
  9. Definitely correct on the severe aspect. But any storm(s) that can drop an 1”+ in under an hour is a bit more than a yawny “garden variety” type in my eyes. Unless a variety of garden type storm included JUICY. 1.21” in the gauge
  10. 1.10” in the past hour. Tapering off now, luckily.
  11. Racing toward a quick inch of rain. Hopefully things keep chugging East.
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