San Francisco has experienced the wettest 10-day period since 1871, says NWS
It has been the wettest 10-day period for downtown San Francisco since 1871, according to the National Weather Service
I'd much rather have rain than our semi-annual choking-smoke from NorCal fires event
"this rain ain't shit I've seen worst" - redditors from the 1800s
Just moved here. I am happy this means the drought may ease and smoke season might be lighter but it has been tough to get the kids excited about living in a new place with so many indoor activities!
It’s suffering for all us outdoorsy folks right now but hopefully this means the fire season is tame and drought worries are eased the rest of year, meaning we can really enjoy spring/summer!
Imagine dealing with this without any electricity. The only thing you have for light, heat, and cooking is fire. No way to store food that needs to be kept cold. No pavement on the streets. No phones. Previous generations were badass.
I swear it rained a lot more 10 or 15 years ago. The whole month of March would be non-stop raining. Is this just comparing the same days of the year to the ones in the past?
Still only 21st wettest of all time seasonally , per NWS tweet. Will probably continue to drop off more when the single 5 inch rain day is behind us
Hopefully this is good for wine production.
I like wine.
SF needs some super plus absorbency tampons for this heavy flow period