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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Kevin Burroughs, Sep 20, 2017.
Its been raining for about half a hour. Global warming for sure.
They won't notice Kevin, they're too busy licking the windows.
Raining here in Dullfax too, I mean Colfax.
Keep that sh#t in the foothills and don't jack up the rice harvest
Ganga boys are going to mold out...
hope we get enough to knock down the dust for the early honks !
The snow closed the Sonora pass and the rain really helped putting the fires out up here.
D6 tag holders will be helped by the snow.
Got just a little rain in Napa, the winemakers were really watching the sky. Crush is in full swing, but only about 60% of the grapes have been harvested. A warm rain would be a disaster right now.
I think the 110 degree days at end of August were pretty tough on the grapes, a heavy damp rain would be another gut punch. Was out at a winery in the Lodi area and they had a Cab Sav vineyard on the grounds and there were a fair amount of raisin looking grapes in the clusters.
Snowing on Kaiser . Lots deer out today ..
My Friend texted it's snowing in Bridgeport as he came back from fishing Lower Twin lakes . I remember being above there hunting Bucks when the
snow came in , I couldn't see 50 yds but when it stopped the only loud noise , was the report of my rifle !
Strangely enough, where I live we actually had a cool summer, but I live in the "Carneros Region", which is very close to the bay, we had a lot of marine influence this summer, yes we had a few really hot days, but most of the time when it was 100+ in the central valley, Yountville, Calistoga, and even in the town of Napa, it was in the high 70's to low 80's where I'm at. The crush in my area is actually a few weeks later than normal. My son-in-law is a chemist at Trinchero winery in Calistoga.