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Re: storm on the way folks...

In a message dated 6/1/03 12:53:38 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:

<< Isn't that an odd phenomena, Ceres....how dry you can get and how

quickly after massive amounts of rain?  I know all it will take here

to dry things out to hose hauling mode is about a week of no rain and

80F temps. >>

We didn't get the cold weather Donna did.  Friday was a bear!  Temps to 90 & 
winds to 58 mph.  Today is cooler & very little sun.

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