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 Posted: Tue Oct 15th, 2019 04:23 am
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Bullshipper wrote: Hermosillo, and east of there got a lot of rain.
I was watching that and trying to coordinate my arrival after it had blown through.  Lots of dark black clouds and big walls of water.  I caught a little mist just north of the toll booth and that was the end of that all the way back to Phoenix.

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I did get some rain in the night. Total for yesterday was 0.44".

That is probably enough to kick off more pollen and probably adds another week or two (at least), to the bobitos.

Fun "fact". The conventional wisdom on the bobitos disappearance was that if night time temps got below 50F, they would die off. That's what San Carlos greybeards told me when I spent my first two summer/fall seasons in San Carlos. I was a bit exasperated/desperate about the bobitos as my first two summers had rain totals of nine inches and 30+ inches, respectively.

IME, that has been disproven in subsequent autumns. They lasted through two periods of <50 degrees, since.


It really takes temps below 40F (getting rather rare in SC) and/or a prolonged period of humidity below probably 25%.

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Only .24” total at my house.

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It really didn't stop raining until around noon. Gentle Equipatas style rain like you would also see in S Cal, typical for winter months.

But even at 84 degrees, the humidity and lack of a breeze in SC made it very uncomfortable to work outside imo.

NW winds pretty much ends the hurricane season, right?

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Bullshipper wrote: It really didn't stop raining until around noon. Gentle Equipatas style rain like you would also see in S Cal, typical for winter months.

But even at 84 degrees, the humidity and lack of a breeze in SC made it very uncomfortable to work outside imo.

NW winds pretty much ends the hurricane season, right?


I think it takes a couple of 3-5 day periods of brisk, cool WNW winds. It takes that much to drop the ocean temps down enough. 


Really, summer doesn't end until the ocean temps allow it to end. I remember one year, about seven years ago, when the humidity hung around into late November, because the winds just never knocked down the water temps. I remember being on a boat that caught about 15 dorado on Dec. 6th that year. 

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