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Re: Re: weather


Our weather people attribute the phenomenon to high pressure north and west of us (IL) and moisture being sucked up from the gulf as the front moves east.
Cathy
On Sunday, February 16, 2003, at 08:59 PM, Donna wrote:

Interesting how this storm is moving along across the country and
building up more snow depth on the way. Today I had a meeting up north
about 50 miles or so (Schaumburg for those who know the area)..

There is NO snow there at all! As I was driving up there, it just
stopped at I-80. You cross the road and there is nothing! Amazing.

Donna

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