rain in Menlo Park

Sunday brings respite from the rainy weather, but more is on the way next week.

InMenlo weather watcher Bill Russ emailed early this morning: “Another .2” to report, although I think that mainly fell in the late afternoon after I had folded up. Still, now at 18.1” season-to-date. My hope of 20” is drawing closer.”

Those who were out and about amidst yesterday’s showers were privy to a rainbow now and then. This one was captured by Menlo Park resident Sue Swezey.

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Yep, that was hail you saw “raining” down on Menlo Park this morning

Update at 3:00 pm from Bill: “I have been fooled all day long, thinking the rain was over and then the skies cloud up again. Despite all that huffing and puffing I have only an additional .2″ on top of the mornings .55′ That is .75″ for the day and 29.95″ season-to-date. Back in 1998 […]

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Rain eases a bit today in Menlo Park – more expected on Thursday

Emails InMenlo weather watcher Bill Russ: “No rain this afternoon but a total of .3″ overnight and late morning. Season-to-date is 23.1 inches.” Meanwhile InMenlo contributing photographer Robb Most (who’s been out of town for much of the recent rain) was out and about today. He reports: “I was out photographing Pope St (bottom photo) and talked […]

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M-A grad Georgia Reid starts environmental-related company focused on capturing rainwater

Since graduating from Menlo-Atherton High School in 2014, Georgia Reid has participated in a Global Citizen Year in Ecuador where she did an apprenticeship involving potable water. She’ll head off later this month to Lewis and Clark College in Portland, but her focus in the meantime is funding for Raindrop Box, a system to collect, store, […]

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