Weather Report

By taggart  
Weather Report

Since some epz-ers have kindly asked about recent weather ( a new wicked storm) here in the states--( tons of rain overnight here) Well--- a picture will tell more-- The red patch is a Covered Bridge crossing the Conodoguinet Creek. Today the creek snuck up thru the woods and covered the hay fields--with brown muddy water rushing towards the Susquehanna River. This image was taken from the ridge where we live---the house (circa 1860) has never been flooded!
The version will show the bigger picture--

Likely back to normal by tomorrow--

Tags: Covered bridge Pennsylvania Landscape and travel Hayfields

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16 Apr 2018 11:16PM
Apart from the water problem, you live in a lovey rural place, beautiful Jenn
DaveN
16 Apr 2018 11:20PM
It's good your on slightly higher ground Jenn, that is a lot of water...but what a lovely place to live...when the waters gone Grin Pam
RSK 10 6 Canada
16 Apr 2018 11:33PM
Nice neighborhood Jenn, love those cherry blossom trees & the red covered bridge,shades of "The Bridges of Madison County",the one large negative, is that swollen river,good to read that your home has never been flooded in the past century & a half & hopefully that's a good sign it wont this time either,safe journeys. TFS

Ron
tonyguitar 8 77 37 Canada
17 Apr 2018 1:02AM
Lots of flat land to absorb high water...and it looks quite high, so your house should be safe considering you seem a few levels higher at the road. Ice storms in Southern Ontario blasted Eastward past Ottawa and on through Quebec so I will not complain any more about my cold 2-C mornings. News said 100,000 without hydro power. Both of these show your covered bridge in context. Similar exposures taken in August during full summer bloom would be interesting if the bridge can still be seen then. TG
Waiting for spring to come?. Well captured Jenn.
WesternRed.
ddolfelin Plus
9 103 3 Wales
17 Apr 2018 4:49AM
Excellent reportage shots - take extra care, Jen!
Nikonuser1 Plus
8 165 16 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2018 9:51AM
Take care Jenn, look's a great place, without the waterSmileSmile

Cliff
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2018 11:20AM
We've had plenty of rain, but not as much as you. Seems strange weather all over the place Jenn.
Peter GrinGrinGrin
Irishkate Plus
10 42 118 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2018 11:58AM
Picturesque are for sure but sorry for those affected but the floods.
Those blossom trees look most photogenic.
Kate Grin
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
17 Apr 2018 12:44PM
Well captured Jenn.
saltireblue Plus
10 11.1k 68 Norway
17 Apr 2018 3:28PM
Break out the rowing boats!
Fortunately, our snow is melting at a sedate rate, so no great puddles/pools/lakes/rivers yet...fingers crossed that it stays that way.

Malc
Fefe Plus
8 53 34 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2018 3:31PM
Lots of big ponds of flooding in fields here too.....
Will it ever dry up.
Love the blossoms SmileSmile
Diane
SlowSong Plus
12 9.3k 30 England
17 Apr 2018 6:55PM
What wonderful names your places have.
JuBarney Plus
9 33 5 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2018 7:57PM
Beautiful spring blossom & hope the storm passes soon.
Ju
17 Apr 2018 9:27PM
Thatís a lot of water Jenn. Thank goodness your house is ok Cathy
17 Apr 2018 10:26PM
We had a massive flood in Calgary in 2013 . It just would not stop raining... hope your spared from any nasty flooding Jenn. A real telling shot . They might be closing that road soon if it has not already happened.
CheersWalt
17 Apr 2018 10:46PM
wow the river is quite high as I remember a picture of the bridge you shared some time ago.
Stay safe
Gail
femape 3 Argentina
18 Apr 2018 3:56AM
Una imagen muy interesante.
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2018 7:22AM
Amazing!!! GrinGrin

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