Rain Rain Go AWAY!

edbson

Well-known member
Jun 25, 2007
72
So, we have had SO much rain in the last few weeks I am pretty sure I have had a complete water change. In less than a week my CYA has gone from 30 to 0, my chlorine is 0 and I am sure everything else is thrown off too. ( I am only willing to stand in the rain, lightning etc for so long to test). I have let out over 12 inches of rain water in the last 2 days.

I am guessing by the color of the water( [b]green[/b]) and the chem levels I am going to be starting from scratch. So any hints? I am going to hit it again with a bunch of bleach as soon as the rain stops..if it ever stops....6 1/2 inches so far this morning and it is still raining.
 

edbson

Well-known member
Jun 25, 2007
72
Yes, unfortunately I am in TX, South East Texas, right on the coast. ....it's getting ridiculous.
 

KurtV

LifeTime Supporter
Mar 29, 2007
270
SE Louisiana
Top 10 Wettest U.S. Cities

The 10 rainiest cities in the continental U.S. by amount of annual rainfall include:

  • Mobile, Alabama--67 inches average annual rainfall; 59 average annual rainy days
    Pensacola, Florida--65 inches average annual rainfall; 56 average annual rainy days
    New Orleans, Louisiana--64 inches average annual rainfall; 59 average annual rainy days
    West Palm Beach, Florida--63 inches average annual rainfall; 58 average annual rainy days
    Lafayette, Louisiana--62 inches average annual rainfall; 55 average annual rainy days
    Baton Rouge, Louisiana--62 inches average annual rainfall; 56 average annual rainy days
    Miami, Florida--62 inches average annual rainfall; 57 average annual rainy days
    Port Arthur, Texas--61 inches average annual rainfall; 51 average annual rainy days
    Tallahassee, Florida--61 inches average annual rainfall; 56 average annual rainy days
    Lake Charles, Louisiana--58 inches average annual rainfall; 50 average annual rainy days

Some Central and East Texas cities are gonna move up this year.