Jun 13, 2011

Wet season rumbles in!

It’s about as dry as it’s going to get,

But not to worry:

Turner River streambed and bridge
June 9, 2011
Tractor trailers full of heavy rains are on the way.

Forming first in the swamp then blowing west to the gulf coast.


Here’s a closer look,

Or rather I mean more distant.

Wet season skyline as seen from Ochopee, Florida
June 13, 2011
As best I could tell from the radar this squall line of cumulonimbus were a good fifteen miles away from where I was standing in Ochopee looking northwest.

Same clouds 15 miles closer and it's pitch black.

3 comments:

Ciss B said...

I love watching clouds develop. Here on the Big Lake I can see them go over us and develop as they head inland. Your radar on the right shows yours developing too.

jabblog said...

Not a moment too soon, by the look of the river.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Clouds have started to pop up again, but usually they are spotty so it takes a series of them before it soaks in everywhere ... unless we get a big one.