01-14-2013 09:44 AM
I did not see the view count, until you just mentioned it. My screen reads about 8,200 or so views. I say thank you to you and all that follow this thread on a daily basis. I appreciate the interaction, insight, and help that everyone shares. We hustle on this end to make sure you all come back time and time again. I really do thank everyone, giolucas, to make this a worthwhile spot to come to and learn something about the markets each day.
Much appreciated. Thanks.
01-14-2013 09:46 AM
NOT pokeing anybody in the eye here but ended up with a total of 3.3 inchs of rain for the rain event here , plus the snow melt of 14 inchs .
Ditchs are full , rivers out of banks and tile running full , so it is going in the ground .
Hope the rest of you start a recharge soon .
01-14-2013 09:51 AM - edited 01-14-2013 09:52 AM
thanks for the report, Ecin.
Congrats. It will happen eventually and we at marketing will be ready to shift gears. Until it does--------- we are going to have another interesting year.
01-14-2013 10:00 AM
sw : thats why I posted it up , to help keep you guys up to speed on what going on around here , Not only around here but Southern IL and , looks like most of Ohio got some nice rain .
Talked to good friend West of Danville IL and they only got an inch , and they are dry to .
Have a good day .
01-14-2013 10:06 AM
An inch and a half here in NW Ohio out of this last rain event. It does appear that this storm track is maybe drifting a little west from where it has been running. Hopefully, you folks further west will begin to get some much needed precip. soon.
01-14-2013 10:18 AM
01-14-2013 10:20 AM
Love to here about it ------------- and I understand it. But I would be out there welding a cap on them 2.
The two worlds we live in are so different and interesting.
I think when the weather turns we will know and need to adjust our thinking. Out west it tends to turn on a major event------like 6 feet of snow or 6 inches of rain over a solid week. So much depends on the timing of the events.