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RE: weather

No it is the heat index. I think the temp is like 97 and 70percent
humidity. It is so thick you can cut it! :(


> In a message dated 8/21/03 4:56:28 PM, justme@prairieinet.net writes:
> << The heat index here at this moment is .... are you ready.....
> 110 degrees...  >>
> Donna, what was the actual temp?  We are dealing with the same only we
> have
> no rain for so long. Maybe not as long as Pam but we normally have
> Weather man says maybe next week we may have a chance.
>     Ceres

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