wagonboss t1_jdy1dvu wrote

I love this thread so much. I was putting our toddler down and heard it the first time. Doing what I do for a living, rumbles are…. unsettling, lol. I looked outside and there was literally nothing happening, and I got confused. Then we got a free power washing


wagonboss t1_jdy143n wrote

VCU is a major university based hospital, and many physicians are lent to the VA from VCU. (Or however that works, they’re in VCU attire)

The VA is much better than it used to be, but doesn’t compare to VCU. What are you looking to do specifically


wagonboss t1_jdh83mg wrote

Thanks to all for the upvotes, just a little more of an explanation for ya. It’s not a perfect science, and I’m not a meteorologist- so I’ll do my best. In the morning humidity is typically higher from overnight. As temperatures rise, humidity drops. When it’s below 20% and combined with dry conditions and wind, it becomes very conducive to fire spread. So the 4pm burn law was created to skip the worst of it. Usually it starts to raise before that time, but it’s a compromise as I’m sure when the law was created there was some push back. Today the humidity doesn’t dip super low, but here’s an example of it raising throughout the afternoon: