Ntx: I remember you talking about the negative feedback loop that occurs with dry ground leading into the summer. I know here in houston lately we have been getting some showers, so that helps but C Tx and the rest of Texas, i dont think thats the case. Not much humidity will be pumped into the air with dry ground compared to if the ground was green and plush. Ridges are going to stick around a bit i think this summer.
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