tropicbreeze Posted March 8, 2020 Report Share Posted March 8, 2020 (edited) The past few days have seen some reasonable rain here. Brought the running total for March so far to about average. The whole wet season, however, is still running at about three quarters of average to now. Unfortunately though, today is the last day of the chance for rain (70%) for the forecast period. The week ahead is to be sunny, dry, 36C every day and UV index 15. Winds will be light so less evaporation/drying out. Of course, wet ground with warm sunny days and the grass and weeds will be rocketing. No prizes for guessing what jobs will be on the priority agenda for the next few weeks. A couple of weeks back my dam overflowed for the first time this season but only for two days. Last night it started to trickle over again, second time overflowing this season. A far cry from the normal 3 months of overflow. The water table is still well below what it should be. This morning's photo in the rain. Edited March 8, 2020 by tropicbreeze 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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