It’s Here! It’s Raining in Phoenix…


It’s a veritable downpour. Start building an ark.

This photo, taken moments ago, shows the rain on the hood of my Jeep. Look closely…

I guess I shouldn’t complain. I just got off the phone with Teresa Boardman (such a lovely gal by the way) in St. Paul, Minnesota. Where it’s like 9 now — or something equally ridiculous.

But rain here is a big weather deal. It even makes the lead story in the news (see Large Amount of Rain Moving Into Valley). According to this story, we may get 1 to 2 inches of rain in the next 48 hours. Keep in mind the average amount of rainfall for the entire months of November and December combined is 1.4 inches.

Jonathan is anxiously awaiting the deluge.

Here’s a shot of the sidewalk that may show the rain better than the Jeep photo…

And this is just for Teresa. I know an agent that can find you a great winter home… Stay warm T!!

[tags]Phoenix weather, storm of the century[/tags]



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Jay Thompson

I'm a real estate broker in Phoenix, Arizona and the publisher of the Phoenix Real Estate Guy blog. I tend to drive too fast and scream at the University of Texas and Denver Broncos football teams. My two kids are smarter than most adults I know and my wife is simply amazing.

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