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Re: Re: weather


We got the storms the other day- thankfully no hail, 2+ inchs, yesterday
was a nice soaking rain less volume (+1inch). Today it is cold out!
Would not be surprised if it snowed tonight:(


Donna

> In a message dated 5/1/03 9:28:02 PM, wmorgan972@ameritech.net writes:
> 
> << We finally got some rain here.  It was short-lived, but a real goose
> drowner. >>
> 
> Bonnie, we have received 4"+ of rain since Tuesday,  severe lighting and 4 
> different hail storms.  I have not had time to evaluate the damage but I 
> don't think much was harmed other than the flowering trees & shrubs.  Other 
> plants are not mature enough.  We needed the moisture but as usual it is 
> feast or famine.  Our sump pump has been running which is really a rare 
> occurrence.
>     Ceres, Iowa zone 4/5

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