A perspective from Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley

March starts with (what else?) rain …

Written March 1st, 2014 by Hasso Hering

Just a quick look at a routine little downpour on Pacific Boulevard in Albany this Saturday afternoon.
When you’re sitting there, waiting for the light to change, what else can you do except start your handy video cam? Glad I was in my truck and not out in the weather on the bike.

Unfortunately this was just the start. The National Weather Service predicts up to 100 percent chance of more rain through Monday night, and showers and more rain after that. (hh)

2 responses to “March starts with (what else?) rain …”

  1. Brian says:

    I’ve found Rain-X or similar to be very advantageous for rain on auto glass. Also useful for house windows.

    • Hasso Hering says:

      Thanks for the rain tip, Brian. My new wipers actually do a fine job without any augmentation. The photo made it look more blurry than what the driver experiences. (hh)


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