Wednesday, July 19, 2017


"On May 28, 1889, a storm formed over Nebraska and Kansas, moving east. When the storm struck the Johnstown-South Fork area two days later it was the worst downpour that had ever been recorded in that section of the country. The U.S. Army Signal Corps estimated that 6 to 10 inches (150 to 250 mm) of rain fell in 24 hours over the entire section."

"On March 17, 1936, Johnstown experienced a devastating flood caused by heavy runoff from melting snow and three days of rain. The 1936 flood was caused by a strong late-winter storm below 29.30" pressure over the Carolinas..."

"Overnight on 19-20 July 1977 in western Pennsylvania [storms] resulted in heavy rainfall which led to the disastrous flooding of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The complex was tracked 96 hours back to South Dakota and produced...up to 12 inches of rain in Johnstown."

Avoid storms from the West and the South.

Avoid March, May, and July...April and June too. That makes me nervous having those two months in between those three...Your year is now seven fucking months long okay? You got from August through fucking February!