A thread about rain and no other things


#921

Rubbish. You were doing some cheap watering of your concrete driveway.


#922

Concrete garden, you mean.


#923

The gatepost lions were probably thirsty.


#924

All this rain has made it very humid.


#925

ITS BACK


#926

Hailing here and the sky is dead set black.


#927

We were there in November 2014 and every day for about an hour there was an enormous downpour. So much so that when the bus put its brakes on a pool of water would just fly over the windscreen. Where we stayed you could see Marina Bay Sands right across from us (probably 200m away) and the rain was so heavy you couldn’t see it through the window.

As you said, you can still get to alot of places as alot of the malls are connected so we basically could get to about 8km from the hotel without being uncovered.


#928

Where? Nothing here so far. They have issued warnings for the North and the east.


#929

Farking hell. I’m in a kids play centre as a result. Shoot me.


#930

Started raining in Dandie.


#931

Ringwood. Smashing down


#932

Rain.


#933

We got a slight drizzle, that’s about it


#934

We had a game on about 400m west of Warrnambool Station. At about 3.40 it started getting darker and darker and you could hear thunder but it looked worse up north, like Woodford or Koroit…then at 3.50 the backside dropped out of the sky for 15 minutes and thank you, linesmen, thank you, ballboys.


#935

No rain in Brunswick today.

Fck Blind Melon.


#936

Typical Brunswick - always being alternative and sh/t


#937

And from the Land of the Rising Sun.

Kochi received 1,852mm of rain over an 11 day period in late June/early July this year. To put that in perspective, Melbourne averages 650mm per year.


#938

rain in Kew

thoughts and prayers welcomed


#939

It’s foggy outside.


#940

I heard a cover version of this last week, it was by The Drought Breakers. :grinning: