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Re: weather

In a message dated 8/4/04 5:47:03 AM, justme@prairieinet.net writes:

<< Well it gained some punch and came thru here last night around 10... >>

Donna, I didn't know this when I wrote my message but we had tornados in the 
state last evening, much damage from winds and   in our area many are without 
electricity and flooded areas everywhere.  This was the 4th sizable rain this 
week.  Our soils are saturated.
    It was so scary driving home last evening after dinner and a partial 
concert in a city sq located in a city south of the Des Moines area, Indianola.  
The rain was coming down so hard, lighting was breath taking, streets were 
flooded causing detours. The hot air balloon championships are in process this 
week in Indianola.  They have lift offs early mornings & evenings which has been 
difficult in view of the stormy weather which seem to be scheduled for early 
mornings & evenings.  Hang on!

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