Sunday, September 11, 2011

Heavy Rain and Hail

The videos speak for themselves...


It's a good thing I covered the hay...

7 comments:

Reddunappy said...

Looks like Washington!! LOL

Mikey said...

That is some crazy rain. We need that here SO BAD. Of course, I drove to Wickenburg today, spent $400 on $13.75 a bale hay, plus dog food, alfalfa pellets and grain loaded in the back of the truck. Went to the grocery store next, in there one hour and out of nowhere it POURS outside. Ruined my bags of grain and the dog food disintegrated in my hands. I was furious. Rained all the way out of town until 2 miles before my house. Here it's dry as a bone. I need to be specific about requesting rain AT MY HOUSE.

fernvalley01 said...

That is some downpour Hope it helps with the fires!

Mary said...

Wow, that's alot of of rain/hail! I'm glad the herd knew to seek cover. They looked kind of irked about though. I would be too. ;-)

Crystal said...

That pretty wet! The horses do not look impressed, though. It made me cold watching those videos, been a long time since we had a hard rain specially with hail in it.

Cheryl Ann said...

We were in Costa Mesa Saturday morning and there was HAIL there! And, thunder, and RAIN! Real rain!!!!

achieve1dream said...

Wow that's crazy! We had weather like that last spring. It never lasts that long though around here.

I'm glad the horses were in the barn. I remember when I was a kid we had tornadoes close by that caused very large hail and the sounds spooked our horses so they ran out into the pasture. They had welts on their backs the next day. :( They were okay though.