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RE: weather


Well it gained some punch and came thru here last night around 10....
waiting for the sun to come and see what damage (if any) is out there.

Sounds like we are in for another storm today.

Donna


> The rains continue.  At 4 am this morning we received 1.8" rain with
wind,
> lighting and the works.   This evening we went out to eat with my
brother
> and
> sister inlaw who are visiting from Calif. When we went into dine temps
> were 93
> and the humidity so heavy.  When we came out the temps had dropped at
> least 15
> deg.  This was followed an hr or so later by just over 2" of rain,
grand
> display of lighting and temp of 63.
>     Ceres

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