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Old 10-30-2010, 12:49 PM
Location: Columbus,Ohio
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I have just got done listening to the extended 7 day forecast and there is no rain in sight in the Columbus Ohio listening area and worse of all we are under that nasty red flag warning. How worse can that get if you are a sufferer of painful migraines because of long periods dry sunny weather. I do not want to come of as a negative Nelly but enough is enough! Nothing but sunshine distresses me and moving to a wetter climate is not an option cause hubby and I have commitments here ( job, owning a home etc.). It is normal to have Sept. and Oct. a little on the dry side here in C-bus. However by this time the dry spells should be breaking and it should be setting up for the winter patterns which are much more stormy. Does anybody know if and when the weather patterns are going to change to wetter weather? I would like to have some light shed why this drier weather pattern of late summer has yet to change to the more winter and wetter one.
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Old 10-30-2010, 05:17 PM
Location: New Jersey
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Weren't you complaining about this over the summer as well?

At least temperatures are cooler. I'll take a sunny 50 F over a sunny 85 F. I can understand your frustration though. I'm only psychologically affected by long stretches of sunny weather. So boring!

Hopefully some storm systems will move through as we get deeper into November.
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