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Re: what is WITH this weather!

I am curious just how much damage and loss I will have in my garden. It
has been a roll coaster ride for them this winter, warm weather,
freezing cold and ice without snow cover, and flooding will be the next
issue as this melts.


Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:
Cyndi, a snow storm regardless of the strength seems not as frightening as an 
earth quake. A snow storm halts activity but has warning and not dangerous 
if you follow warnings. People are determined to think they cannot be slowed 
much less be stopped by weather. Loss of power is a problem! Power company 
employees from a number of states are here assisting. A lg quantity of power 
towers were toppled by the ice and broken trees last weekend and the snow 
storm and wind this week has hampered their efforts. Can we guess what freaky 
weather is in store for the growing season?

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