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Re: weather

In a message dated 7/30/2004 6:02:12 PM Central Standard Time,  
jsinger@igc.org writes:

When I  logged on this evening., there was a big storm over Lake 
Okeechobee on the  radar site. It is now in my back yard.
When I drove home from Memphis this afternoon it was raining so hard I had  
to put on my polarized sunglasses to see through it.  It was a real gully  
washer, but we needed it.  The thing I always liked about the rain in  Florida and 
the Mississippi Delta is that, with the land being so flat, you  could watch 
the storms coming.  
zone 7
West TN

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