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Rain in Texas?

CNN's weather page says "Northwest, Texas set for a drenching". I hope Pam's
bit of Texas is drenched too. Here in my bit of southern California it is 50
degrees and cloudy, with a 26kt wind. I don't actually know what that is in
mph, but I can tell you it's darn unpleasant to be outside. I plan to finish
pruning the roses tomorrow, rake more leaves if the wind lets up, and try to
start digging grass clumps out of the ornamental garden. 


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