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Monsoon season

I missed the tail end of "monsoon season", but since the end of June it really has rained here most every day. Today we even had hail.

In the middle of the storm... all of that white stuff on the ground is hail.




Hail remnants....




Torrential downpour following the hail. There are no drains in streets in albuquerque, which often means there is lots and lots of flooding.

And now there is thunder which is fantastic.
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1 Comments:

Strange weather for a desert, no?

By Blogger Joanna, at 10:40 AM  

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