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Re: Tornadic Conditions

In a message dated 4/2/06 4:25:36 PM, zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:

> Cathy C., looks like you and most of Illinois are in the middle of some
> terrible weather right now.

Iowa raged with tornados again last night.   Sirens were blowing & touchdowns 
ocurre but not in our area. We received no damage however we were dumped on.  
 We rcd 3" and it came so hard & in such a short time our lawn & all our 
neighbors yards were under water.   We have never had that happen.   The streets 
were like raging waterways.   Today was very windy but helped dry things up a 

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