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Re: Tis the season...

Finally got a rain here.   We haven't had a drop since the storms six or 
seven weeks ago, and it's been getting terribly dry.  Today was hot - 
low 90s  - and a storm blew up about 5:00.  Rained very hard for 
maybe 20 minutes, and then the sun came out.  At least there was
enough to settle the dust. Thunder storms are predicted for the next
few days, along with more hot weather.  Not ideal, but at least it's 
not dry.

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