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OT-Florida weather

It seems as if half of all the people in eastern Canada go down to
Florida for the winter.  One of the great joys of those that remain here
and brave the weather is to learn of the terrible conditions these
snowbirds experience down in Florida, whether it is cold or, as Mark
stated "well over six inches of rain has fallen ..... the corridor from
Tampa to Orlando is swamped."  It serves them right for leaving home!

Ian, who remains up north where, admittedly, there are no plants until
the end of March.

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