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RE: re: come on Spring!

I think God is teasing those of us who live here in Iowa--both yesterday
and again today, our temps. have been/are going to be in the
50's--record highs where I live for this time of year...everywhere I
looked yesterday, people were wandering around without their coats
on...it felt sooooooooooooooooooo much like Spring was here. By weekend
though, the lows are expected to be in the single digits so we'll be
back to freezing again! This El Nino (and yes, I know there's a "~" that
goes over that "n"--I just don't know how to get it there!) is certainly
messing up our weather in Iowa...

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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