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Re: a few tips for coping w/ heat from East Texas

Probably not...
It was 55 this morning at 6AM - glorious! But we need rain - have had  
to water parts of the swamp, even.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jul 1, 2005, at 9:24 PM, Donna wrote:

> Does it really make a difference? I am sure it was at least a  
> hundred on
> Sunday.. thought I was gonna die! (in her best Gilda Radner as Rosanna
> voice)
> Ok- this is IL-- it should not be in the high 90's for weeks here...
> especially in June!
> Donna
>> Felt like 100, or was 100? We haven't had an actual 100 yet, and I'm
>> several hundred miles south and west of you. I'm glorying in today's
>> temperatures... it's a "weed the swamp" day!
>> Cathy, west central IL, z5b

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