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Re: weather

On 3/19/2012 8:31 PM, Pam Evans wrote:
Rich, hope all is well, heard there were twirlies in Nebraska.  Major butt
kicking front is just about here so Zem - this gives you about a 24 hour
heads up.  Looks to be ugly.  Noreen, looks like the worst of this will
miss Houston I'm happy to say.  Sure don't want my new car beat up by hail
or twirlies.  Jess, hope ypu are under cover up in OK.  Everyone else, have
a great evening.

Hi Pam, The twirlies were a ways West of here, nothing much except unusually high temps, 70's and 80's; yesterday about a quarter inch of drizzle, and today it's been sprinkling for about 6 hours so far, hope it continues for the rest of today. Daffs up and blooming, lenten rose looking great, tulips out of the ground, things blooming that shouldn't be right now. I have a gut feeling we will get at least one more major snowfall, it usually happens. Have a good one, Rich

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