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Re: dry as an old bone

I sure wish I could send you all some of the rain we've had. Last night
I watched the news/weather...and now our area lakes are overflowing, the
dams cannot release overflow water fast enough and houses are flooding.
It's so sad. Pam is getting the weather we had a few weeks ago. We went
for three weeks or more of rain, heavy rain, every day.


Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
  Well, we need the rain terribly. It was predicted for today and
tomorrow, and has been quite overcast since mid-morning, but
so far not a drop. However we've been having an unusually cool
start to summer. Ten days ago the temps were in the 40s, but
just a week ago it shot up to the 80s on Tuesday and low 90s
on Wednesday. Then a brief thunderstorm with less than half
an inch of rain brought the temps back down, and it hasn't been
above the low 70s in the daytime since. It's been in the low 
50s at night - 51 this morning. This might be typical weather
in Maine, but not lower New York. Right now it's 69. I do 
hope this dismal-looking weather brings us some rain - I am
not really able to carry water to all the places that need it, and
we don't dare just run the hose since we are on a well.

In a message dated 07/04/2007 12:37:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:

Yeah- we are also going to be in the heat today. I made an apple pie 
this AM to take to friends, then went out and weeded for an hour or so, 
but 9:30 I was done and it was getting warm. We are inside now with all 
the windows closed up and ceiling fans on. Probably about 80 inside, 
but with the fans it is fine. The AC will kick on later I'm sure- it's 
set at 82 when we are home.


Cyndi Johnson wrote:
> You can send it my way, we are supposed to hit 110
> today and keep it up possibly through this weekend. It
> was pretty darn hot yesterday too, although my patio
> thermometer only said 90. (It always reads 90, except
> in the winter when it reads 20.)
> Anyway off to weed the corn before it gets really
> scorching, I should have been out there an hour ago.
> Cyndi

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