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    Weather 8-10-2010

    anyone else in ames watching this storm...the clouds rolled in from the north in about 10 minutes..cant wait to see how much rain we get tonight



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    That system is really pumping precip into the top of the Squaw Creek and South Skunk River watersheds right now. Ames might be in for a long day tomorrow...



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    I just don't know how much more the ground can hold before it says enough is enough. I've been watching radar this evening and those storms up in Calhoun and Webster counties had to put down a ton of rain given how slowly thew were moving.



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckd4735 View Post
    That system is really pumping precip into the top of the Squaw Creek and South Skunk River watersheds right now. Ames might be in for a long day tomorrow...
    the skunk river is about 30 feet wider then normal right now running through corn fields. if it ever starts to rain i see the flooding possibly being about twice as bad as on sunday because almost nothing has had a chance to dry out. everywhere i walked in the grass today was soggy and muddy so i dont see it getting any better



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    i am sitting on the deck in the North Dakota/Cameron School Road area and the clouds were pretty wild and the lightning is pretty wicked too. Squaw Creek runs through our backyard and my finace' said this is the highest she's seen it since she bought the house 5 years ago. To give some perspective, last summer we could walk across it and it was only mid calf high, right now it is over the ledge in our backyard which is 8' high. But it still needs to rise about 20' before it would be even close to the house (we are up on a hill).



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    Quote Originally Posted by isufbcurt View Post
    i am sitting on the deck in the North Dakota/Cameron School Road area and the clouds were pretty wild and the lightning is pretty wicked too. Squaw Creek runs through our backyard and my finace' said this is the highest she's seen it since she bought the house 5 years ago. To give some perspective, last summer we could walk across it and it was only mid calf high, right now it is over the ledge in our backyard which is 8' high. But it still needs to rise about 20' before it would be even close to the house (we are up on a hill).
    im out in west ames just barely in boone county and half of our parking lot was flooded yesterday morning. a business across the street jsut had the water leave their main office area sometime this afternoon. the watermark on the wall shows it being about a foot or foot and half high. this is gonna be ugly when it hits



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    won't take much to keep things high and push them higher.



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    Quote Originally Posted by isufbcurt View Post
    i am sitting on the deck in the North Dakota/Cameron School Road area and the clouds were pretty wild and the lightning is pretty wicked too. Squaw Creek runs through our backyard and my finace' said this is the highest she's seen it since she bought the house 5 years ago. To give some perspective, last summer we could walk across it and it was only mid calf high, right now it is over the ledge in our backyard which is 8' high. But it still needs to rise about 20' before it would be even close to the house (we are up on a hill).
    How high is the bottom of your basement in relation to the top of the creek?


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    I agree with Tube1.
    Sweeeeeeet...

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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    Quote Originally Posted by tube1 View Post
    How high is the bottom of your basement in relation to the top of the creek?
    15 to 20' at its current level, we are pretty high above it on our hill. Pretty much Ames would be destroyed before it would reach us.



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJU3Pn-6x48]YouTube - ‪Qik - WEIRD CLOUDS‬‎[/ame]



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    the weather nerd in me loves seeing the outflow boundry/shelf cloud on radar



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    is that your personal video from tonight?



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeyeh8r View Post
    is that your personal video from tonight?
    Yes that was taken in Story City about an hour ago.



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    Re: Weather 8-10-2010

    i thought i saw some rotation in the clouds but now its too dark to see anything....it looks like midnight right now



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