According to our weatherman, before the three storms yesterday and last night, Indianapolis had already received 15.5 inches of rain since June 1.
|taken from our front porch as the first of Tuesday night's storms approached|
He also stated that 15.5 inches of rain translates to 160 inches of snow, so be glad it isn't winter.
|Taken from my van Tuesday afternoon as I tried to will Buttercup to come out of practice early so we could get ahead of the behemoth of a storm. She made it to the van, but the rain and wind came within a minute.|
6 seconds of our drive home:
Way to stay positive, no?
|It is way harder than I thought it would be to get a photo of lightning through my bedroom window using my phone. There were approximately 10,000 strikes in less than an hour, but my phone was having trouble with the no light to LIGHT transition.|
Our normal rainfall for June and July combined is 8.6 inches.
|My street this morning.|
I'll see you on Friday.
Have a lovely day!