• Updated rain gauge

    Here is a slight correction:  

    In our driveway there was almost no moisture. Down Buena Vista about a block from our house on Shafter the street was a little wet from the fog–some dripping off trees, probably some directly from the fog overhead. Maybe a hundreth of an inch! 

    I thought that maybe I should turn around and change my RAIN GAUGE and send it to you, but I didn’t bother to do that.  

    I don’t have a Fog-O-Meter, but this would be a good estimate if you want to reprint this (below)!

    –Bruce
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    PACIFIC GROVE’S RAIN GAUGE

    Pacific Grove, beyond FOREST HILL SHOPPING and below Holman Hwy. 
    Data reported by Bruce Cowan, resident

    Week Ending Thursday Morning, September 5, 2019

    Inches, as of 8 AM, 9/5/19: .01″  

    Current season’s total since 7/1/19: .05″ (drizzles) 

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    Previous Season–July 2018 through June 2019: 26″

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 5, 2019

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