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RE: weather

well I hope you guys don't get my cold weather. It
would be brutal to move snow in minus weather....

where only a light dusting, nothing to talk about or
measure so far....

--- Bonnie & Bill Morgan <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>

> Gene, you beat us here.  I wondered how hard you
> would be hit, seeing the
> weather maps.  Ours has been more powdery and not so
> wet.
> We have well over a foot but I think a little less
> than the 20" that went
> just a few miles north of us in the southern suburbs
> of Dayton.  

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