Growing Need For Rain

Though not severe around Baltimore, the drought continues.

September rain so far totals only .35 inches, 2.76 inches below the 30 year average.

The 2007 precipitation total is 23.57 inches, 7.87 inches below the 30 year average.

The weather pattern in the near term is not a particularly wet one but a cold front may generate scattered showers and thunderstorms on Thursday.

Remnants from a tropical weather system would be a blessing at this stage but the hurricane season has not thrown anything significant our way so far. There is tropical activity in the Atlantic and Caribbean so it is just a “wait and see’ situation.

John Collins

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