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Re: weather rant was: just checking

Thanks, Kitty...I only hope you're right!  Of course, you said
'sunny'...what's that? :-)  It's supposed to be in or near the 40s
this week and maybe some rain, so maybe...just maybe, this stuff will
start to disappear and hopefully we won't get anymore!  Today is
supposed to be the first day of spring!

We don't get too much in the flash flood end of life right around
here.  If the Potomac goes much above flood stage, tho', Georgetown
(DC) is in trouble; floods every time as do parts of Alex. Va.  But,
I'm 200+ feet above sea level, so not much flood worry, thank

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty Morrissy <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
> Marge,
> > At the rate we're going, that snow won't
> > even be melted by June.  I've got some piles nearly 4' high that
> > going to take a looong time to melt.
> Since you're not used to this kind of snow, it will hearten you to
> that given one good clear sunny day of 45-50, all of it but a few
areas in
> the shade will disappear.  In fact, when that happens, you'll be
> flash-flood warnings.  Happens here every spring.  The 3 rivers
swell from
> all the runoff of melted snow.
> Kitty

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