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Re: NE roll call- check/weather

In a message dated 1/20/06 9:43:18 PM, chris@widom-assoc.com writes:

> I'm concerned for the shrubs that had developed new buds.  I expect that
> there will be no flowers on them this spring. 

Chris, ISU forestry are telling us this is a good possibility here.   I, too,
have daffs up and then we got a couple inches of snow yesterday.   Today is
supposed to be back up into the 40s.   So weird!

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