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OT-Chat: Bill Shear

From: Glenn Simmons <glsimmon@swbell.net>

Bill Shear wrote:

> We were slated for three rainy days this weekend, but I can now see the
> front line approaching from the NW, and there appears to be no rain in it
> for us.
> Bill Shear

Sure do hate to utter bad tidings Bill.  But if this front you see approaching
is the same one that has gone through here then you won't see any rain to
amount to anything but you will see temps approaching 0 F.  :(  I have been
keeping an eye on the weather Bill and I'm afraid this is the same front.
Hampton, where you are and Springfield where I am are about the same
latitude.  Sorry for the bad news!  It is cold here with a thin layer of ice


Glenn & Linda Simmons
Springfield, Southwest Missouri, USDA Zone 6

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