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RE: rain

Doesn't it make you wish that it was a slow soaking rain instead.... of
a downpour and all that precious water just running off into storm

Kitty, must be on a different air current... although cloudy and hazy,
no rain since Tuesday here.

Who hopes everyone in the path of that storm is safe.

> Wow, did it pour.  An absolute torrent for almost an hour, then a
> rain for awhile til it petered out.  I don't know the measurement yet,
> the sewwers weren't handling it well. And the thunder and lightning
> let up in a near black sky. It was a rough drive home in the rain this
> afternoon.
> Kitty

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