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Re: Thanksgiving Weather Report - Happy Thanksgiving to All!

Great! Sounds like our holiday all right. Only thing it missed is the pot
pie made of the leftover gravy & veggies & turkey. Happy Thanksgiving to
Judy B z 6 Idaho
44F & raining. Trying to convince DH that this would be a good weekend to
put up the lights, before it's freezing out.
----- Original Message -----
From: "F M Ferrari" <fm4re@swbell.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2004 8:18 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Thanksgiving Weather Report - Happy Thanksgiving to All!

>                        Thanksgiving Weather Report
> Turkeys will thaw in the morning, then warm in the oven to an afternoon
high near F 190.
> The kitchen will turn hot and humid, and if you bother the cook, be ready
for a severe squall or cold shoulder.
> During the late afternoon and evening, the cold front of a knife will
> slice through the turkey, causing an accumulation of one to two inches
> on plates.
> Mashed potatoes will drift across one side while cranberry sauce creates
slippery spots on the other. Please pass the gravy.
> A weight watch and indigestion warning have been issued for the entire
area, with increased stuffiness around the beltway.
> During the evening, the turkey will diminish and taper off to leftovers,
dropping to a low of 34F in the refrigerator.
> Looking ahead to Friday and Saturday, high pressure to eat sandwiches will
be established.
> Flurries of leftovers can be expected both days with a 50 percent chance
of scattered soup late in the day.
> We expect a warming trend where soup develops.
> By early next week, eating pressure will be low as the only wish left will
be the bone.
> Anon.
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