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RE: rain - finally!


I thought you were closer than that Auralie... sorry all the moisture is
missing you. Hope Pam is wrong about the storms, those you don't need!

Donna

> -----Original Message-----
> No, Donna.  Although we are only 40 miles north of Manhattan
> where they recorded record snows, we had only about 14 inches,
> and that was the only significant snow all winter.  Other falls have
> been in the two-three inch range.  There was heavy rain in January -
> after bitter cold in early December.  Not much percipitation of any
> sort here since.  Snowfall this morning didn't even cover the grass
> though some north of us had a couple of inches.  We are in a very
> dry pocket. And extremely high winds in the past couple of weeks
> have dried out whatever moisture there was.
> Auralie

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