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Finally, rain


The winter weather patterns have returned, and rain is finally happening. During the summer, most of North Carolina’s rain is from thunderstorms. During the winter, moisture is pushed in from the Gulf of Mexico, and much more general rain happens. That’s what’s happening today. My neighbors-to-be in Stokes County tell me that the drought caused the little branch on my property to stop flowing completely. Now, of course, it’s flowing again, and the Dan River is running much stronger:


Photographer David Rolfe from the Winston-Salem Journal checks out the fall foliage. This photo is from Raven’s Knob:

Winston-Salem Journal

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