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Re: Storms

In a message dated 6/2/2004 8:31:39 PM Central Standard Time,  
hodgesaa@earthlink.net writes:

Zem, are  they forecasting tornados for you guys? 
They had one tornado warning for our county, but the cell they were  tracking 
was about 20 miles from me and moving away from my house.  I just  wish the 
weather people wouldn't try for the most sensational reporting and  would just 
stick to the facts.  They get positively orgasmic over the  thought of 2" hail 
or category 5 tornadoes when there's nothing but rain in  sight.  I fear 
that, should the worst be on the horizon, most people  wouldn't believe them.
I was hoping to attempt mowing today, but that's not a possibility.  I  have 
got to shorten this grass somehow before Tuesday. 
zone 7
West TN

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