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Re: weather

Interesting. We have had 1+ inches of rain here, but no winds (thank God). Just the right time to get the moisture, though it is interfering with my plans to clean up planting beds! Long range forecast calls for snow (in some of its many variations) by next week.
I have not read anything in regard to last weeks weather. Didn't any of
you get the horrible winds? Last Wed we were without elect, which is rare,
for several hrs. Roofs were blown off and much property damage however we had
none. What strange weather in the LA area! We rcd rain yesterday and is still
raining this a.m. A wonderful soft rain which is pulling us out of the
moisture shortage. I love to receive the moisture this time of year which reduces
the watering which I think is the most important insurance against winter plant
loss. Tornado warnings last eve for parts of Iowa & Neb however I didn't
hear any touched down.
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