Objective Comments and Analysis - All Science, No Politics
Contributions by Richard James and Rick Thoman
Thursday, June 16, 2011
All of the Fairbanks area has received rain over the past several days, but amounts vary widely, as is usual for this time of year. The wettest areas have been on the east side of town: North Pole picked up 1.1 inches of rain Tuesday and Wednesday. Much less on the northwest side of town, including here on Keystone Ridge and on the Hastings Fire. Just 0.14 inches of rain here Tuesday and Wednesday. The Airport has had 0.20 inches. So while not a drought breaker, the rain definitely helps in the short term. In order to squash the fire season, we need frequent rains over a several week period. Drought
Here is a photo looking north from our house about 130am ADT Thursday. In spite of it being 44F, mosquitoes were still nasty.
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Great photo of the midnight sun - just over the horizon :-)ReplyDelete