At 3:19 a.m. Sunday, Napa Valley was still its placid self, the leafy wine capital of America. Silent but for a few night owls, its upscale stores sat locked, the usual weekend rush of tourists still hours away.That all transformed in less time than it takes to pull a cork.Six miles away and nearly 7 miles beneath the Earth's surface, one of the area's spiderwebs of earthquake faults woke with a 6.0-magnitude fury at 3:20 a.m. - and when the local shaking stopped about five seconds later, a different Napa emerged.
Not sure about the precipitation gauge on the chart here... Our rain gauge has been showing lots of .5" and .75" days over the past couple weeks! It's been a cooler summer overall and moist/humid. I feel like I'm living in the NW.
I feel like this has been a wetter and cooler summer than we've had in a long time
to get over the fact that my hot weather plants (peppers, tomatoes) are just not going to be very good this year