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Re: weather

In a message dated 6/27/03 6:13:51 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com writes:

<< Iowa had higher temps and heat 
index than we did.  >>

Noreen, we had 90's temp with what seemed like 100% humidity but had a break 
Wed night with 8/10 of rain and nice temps yesterday (hi 70's, I think) but 
windy.  The hi temps and humidity is certainly a growth booster to the corn & 
    I have been harvesting sugar snap peas & broccoli this week.  I have a 
difficult time making it to the kitchen with the peas.

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