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RE: railroad issue now midwest weather

Nope-- although after my stressful week and outing yesterday I was dead
tired and could have slept thru anything. But no signs of any rain or
storms... I am sure it will be here about time for the BBQ later...

It is hot and miserable here... planning on cutting the grass today so I
better get with it.


> Donna, did you get any storms last night?  We had 1 2/10" of rain,
> and
> lots of upset pots. Morning paper reported 13 counties under tornado
> threats.
> Rain was very heavy in nearby suburbs which created flash flooding.
> actually needed the rain and it cooled things so we were able to turn
> AC off
> this morning as the humidity is greatly reduced.
>     Ceres

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