anybody else here in New England / North East feel like there's been more precipitation in the

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Catagory6
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by Catagory6

last 8 month, than over the last 8 years?

every time i've looked at the 10-day forecast, since last september, there has been more rain/snow days, than dry days.

i've never seen this much rain since i lived in seattle from 1997-2000

kb1iub
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by kb1iub

Yes. However I've seen reports that we always accumulate more annual rainfall than Seattle.

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kode54
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by kode54

Yeah, its seems that way. Even when the radar says no rain...it rains. Been trying to be more flexible with other work related things to make sure I get saddle time in. This week is especially bad...and forecast changes hourly if not sooner.
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by recoilfx

I like riding in the rain as long as I am geared up for it (goretex rain pants/shakedry jacket/neoprene booties). Inside stays dry as long as I am not pushing threshold efforts. Riding through precipitation and cold is how I stay sane in New England.

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