Vol XV #159 – Fishtown in the Rain

Report #5269 Photo: LR_09-03-15

LR 09-03-2015

6:00 am ~ 66° ~ Thunderstorm ~ Wind: Southeast at 8 mph ~ Humidity: 93%
Sunrise is at 7:07 am ~ Ave. Low is 54° ~ Record Low is 42° (1987)
1:30 pm. ~ 72° ~ Hazy ~ Wind: Southeast at 4 mph ~ Humidity 93%
Sunset is at 8:17 pm ~ Ave. High is 75° ~ Record High is 87° (2011) 
Moonphase: Waning Gibbous ~ Pressure: 29.91in ~ Dew Point:67° ~ Visibility: 8 Miles
Daylight: 13 Hrs 10 Mns
Forecast for 9/3/2015 – AM Thundershowers, High 80° F- Low: 63° F



I heard someone say that last night’s T-Storm dumped 3+ inches on the Land of Delight last night.

Below, this Cadillac ATS, which Jim Burnham says stands for “A Tiny Sedan” attracted my attention because it’s been parked in this “Compact Only” slot for a couple of days.  Cars park on the other side of the entrance road and the Jeep can just make it through.  Think about a Fire Truck making a visit. Anyway this caddy is not the worst offender, last week a Chevy Suburban with 2 bicycles extended off the back was parked here.





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8 years ago

Can they put up a sign saying ‘fire hazard’ beyond a certain (named) length? Or some such wording to help with that parking spot?

Judy in Grand Blanc
Judy in Grand Blanc
8 years ago

It’s too bad some bad eggs spoil it! Great pics even of the rain Mr. B…

8 years ago

Here in downtown Leland we had about 2 1/2 inches of rain. My lawn needed it.

Rick Lahmann
Rick Lahmann
8 years ago

Thanks for pointing out the occasional parking problem. Most store owners & employees park far from the central business district so as to leave the parking places for our visitors. All parking in this area is a three hour limit; although if shopping & dining, people can park there all day. Those on boats or visiting the islands have designated parking areas away from the downtown district which they should be using.