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Re: Wet Sunday< tornados?

Not Missouri or Kansas, but I got back from vacation on Saturday to 500 
e-mails!  Sunday began our decent into hell with an accumulation (to date) of 
about 7 inches of rain.  Yesterday morning the cats and I spent a "lovely" 
time in the closet during a tornado watch during which time we had hail the 
size of ice cubes -- not an experience I would like to repeat. I just heard 
more thunder storms are forming. :-( Today was so humid I think all my seeds 
sprouted at once -- a good thing. The downside is the grass is also running 
rampant.  Oh, I discovered something else, too.  Nut sedge is not fazed by 
lasagna beds, but it is fairly easy to pull out of them.

zone 7
West TN

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