Current Events

The latest storm brought strong winds and three (plus or minus) inches of rain to Ashland. Luckily, all remained quiet at our condo complex; no fallen trees or dropped limbs to disrupt our morning coffee. Unfortunately, others around town weren't quite so lucky.

We took advantage of the break in the weather to stretch our legs, soak up a little sunshine and explore the raging waters flowing down Ashland Creek.

Ashland Creek roars below Calle Guanajuato after several days of rain.

Water thundered through Lithia Park and through downtown Ashland

The second of three storms is predicted to arrive Sunday evening.

We'll keep you posted if the water continues to rise.

 

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Current Events

  1. Cynthia

    Wow. It’s hard to imagine that meandering stream of last summer in such fury. I’m glad you had no more damage to your condo! We had wind last night too, but the only casualty was the University of Oregon gnome who popped his clogs.

  2. Lori Oliver-Tierney

    Wow, send some more rain our way. California needs it!

  3. Jamey

    It rained heavily in Napa, Ca. late Friday night with a lot of wind- the fences and trees are all standing! Saturday was quiet with some sun/clouds-it was nice to have a little break and get outside for a bit! The rain started mid-morning today and continued off-and-on throughout the day. It is storming now with heavier rain and wind (about 10pm). We definitely need it, but wishing it was not so noisy!

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