Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Normally that wouldn't be noteworthy. We get quite a bit of rain in North Georgia. We've been dreadfully dry this fall, though. In fact, if I recall correctly, our last measurable rainfall before yesterday was during the first full week of October and was related to Hurricane Matthew, and our air has been smoky from wildfires more often than not for most of November.
Even folks who always grumble about rain seemed happy about a wet, dark day yesterday, so I can't even imagine the smiles on the faces of the trout as their homes got a bit of a recharge. We need much more, of course, and it looks like another round might come later this morning. For now, though, I'm thankful for yesterday's rain.