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Re: OT - freeze

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> >Got our first freeze last night.  Strange that we beat most of the rest
> >of you to a killer freeze, just got done looking at the burned up =
>  We've been having night temps down in the 30's for the last
> month here in the High Desert, but, here in Rosamond last night
> it hit 15deg. 

Mike and Dennis,
     My brother in Scottsdale, Arizona sent some messages yesterday saying
that they had some accumulating SNOW out there.  
     Right now, we have cloudless skies and 84 F, but are liable to end up
paying for it.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.   

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