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Re: weather

Yes, all the snow has melted here. It's 51 degrees, but will get down to
about 4 in short order. The cats think spring has arrived and love going
out - when it is not raining. But there's lots of rain. Some rivers at
flood stage. The call went out for volunteers to fill sand bags on


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> well yesterday it was 60 here, by the weekend it is 
> supposed to be 6 if we are lucky. hum.... 
> Last night we had a thunderstorm that woke me up.. 
> this is Illinois in January.. hum.... 
> Now wondering how my plants will survive this crazy 
> weather without cover and lotsa wet! 
> Donna 
> where everything is flooded this morning... a few 
> detours on the way to work as the roads are impassible 
> due to water, thankfully it was not snow, we would be buried! 
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