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Profile for William LeGro
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leaning tower of Namwah
Last Comment Posted home in Hawai`i
Yeah, it is. In March we got 38 inches of rain, feeding the swamp on top of the mountain, thus the falls. It was nuts - flooding in places, North Shore cut off for a week. But for the year we're right at average for our location (800 feet elevation), about 80 inches, which is how dry it's been. October was less than an inch, normal is 10, and there were no falls. VERY unusual weather for a whole year. Gotta say I'm glad we're not at sea level. A beach is nice until it moves into your house.

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