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    Just another rainy day

    Well it was a cold rain all day today. At the stables we did not put out the horses.

    So ... Marry Christmas
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    Re: Just another rainy day

    Looks very much like it did here in Wilkeson, Wa
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    Re: Just another rainy day

    Nice weather (coming from a person who hardly ever sees rain). The pic's pretty much a snapshot I think, but it does convey the weather situation very well.

    Maybe it'll be snow for Xmas!

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    Re: Just another rainy day

    All right some typical NW weather! It rained pretty good up here 25 miles North of Seattle Sunday.
    GB1 I don't understand the "snapshot" comment?
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    Re: Just another rainy day

    Looks like Saturday here, but yesterday and today were a different story. Brr...!

    Question for you Pacific Northwest residents - we've been talking about heading that direction (close to the coast, not really sure where just yet) and thinking about late spring (April or May). What's the weather usually like around then? Is this a bad time to go? I don't mind rain but hoping to avoid monsoon season...

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    Re: Just another rainy day

    Quote Originally Posted by GB1
    Nice weather (coming from a person who hardly ever sees rain). The pic's pretty much a snapshot I think, but it does convey the weather situation very well.

    Maybe it'll be snow for Xmas!

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    It is not more than a snapshot, I was trying to stay under the equipment shed and not get the houses or horse trailers in the frame! My camera had jest came back from servicing and some how it had something big on the sensor that is why it's a square crop.

    But the snapshot was what I wanted, it has been raining daily for about two weeks but that is normal NW weather and the snow level has been around 3,000 feet some days it has been down to 1500 feet. The weatherman have been talking about it snowing on Christmas day, it has been a very long time since we had snow on Christmas day I think the last white Christmas was in 1952.

    Marry Christmas
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    Re: Just another rainy day

    AnotherView, weather in late April/earlyMay can go either way in Western Washington.
    Would probably still be snow to drive to in mountains. The rhododendrons are usually in full glory, both wild and domestic.
    It won't be cold anyway.
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    Re: Just another rainy day

    Quote Originally Posted by freygr
    It is not more than a snapshot, I was trying to stay under the equipment shed and not get the houses or horse trailers in the frame! My camera had jest came back from servicing and some how it had something big on the sensor that is why it's a square crop.



    But the snapshot was what I wanted, it has been raining daily for about two weeks but that is normal NW weather and the snow level has been around 3,000 feet some days it has been down to 1500 feet. The weatherman have been talking about it snowing on Christmas day, it has been a very long time since we had snow on Christmas day I think the last white Christmas was in 1952.

    Marry Christmas
    Nice pic Freygr... hopefully you got a touch of the Christmas snow- we did.
    Today is a dark one here in Portland.

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    Re: Just another rainy day

    Yes it snowed a little here, nice big wet flakes. I did not brake out the camera I went on madly cutting, sanding and applying finish to a tack box for weekend delivery ( it just was done and the next is ready to be finished, ie watch the paint dry and only one item left to assemble and finish).

    Yesterday it was snow mix with rain but I did get a view of snowy Mt Scout (a 1000 foot hill). Daughter was going to the stables, turned around an came home because of snow on the freeway (I5 North bound), the stables are much higher ground than most of Portland.
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