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Re: weather--around the country

The tornados were, I think, in the central and eastern parts of the state - I am on the western edge - none here. Just disgustingly hot and humid (felt like 106, according to the weather person). Much less humid today...actually got out and turned my compost - at 8AM. DH wondered why I didn't turn his...
On Tuesday, July 13, 2004, at 08:52 PM, Donna wrote:

Caught a bit of the news tonight and seen some severe weather has hit
many areas...

So is everyone OK? Tornado's in Illinois (Cathy you ok?) Floods in
Maryland (Marge you floating yet?) and a host of other places.

Where the sky turned an ugly color just before it got dark. Might get
some rain yet tonight.

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