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Re: Rain

We're getting a bit of it this afternoon, Libby.  Here's hoping it will keep 
on for
a while.  We have been hideously dry all summer.  While the south has
suffered from too much, the east coast has'nt had any.  I can't remember
a worse drought.  People keep saying what wonderful weather we have
had, and I keep thinking it would be a lot more wonderful if we had some
Hudson Valley, NY

n a message dated 10/07/2005 3:36:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
grdner03@yahoo.com writes:
YES, RAIN!!!! 
We haven't had a drop for going on 7 weeks and the rains started very
early this morning. Been raining off and on all day here, hope it's been
the same 20 miles N-NW at home - forecast has 3-5 inches in the next 30
hours, which I'd really rather have spread out over a month, but with
the reservoirs receding shockingly fast, we'll take whatever we can get
whenever we can get it.

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