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March 3, 2006

Evening After Rain: Sulphur Peak
February 28, 2006

Snowing @ 2,000 feet on the 3,400 foot Sulphur Peak northeast of us with about an inch of rain accumulated in the rain gauge as I post. Forecasted thunderstorms later this afternoon. We received 1.26 inches from the Monday night storm by Tuesday morning on February 28th. Though the forecast of 3-5” had the city giving away sandbags until late into the night, Visalia only recorded .30.

As the roads didn’t dry out enough to get to the other rain gauges, our season totals will be updated when they do. Weathermen, however, are predicting rain on and off throughout next week.

Dry Creek: 1.26      Total: 11.27
Greasy Creek: ?       Total: 10.93 plus
Paregien: ?             Total: 9.91 plus

Glad the calves are branded!

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