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Gilbert Fagley wrote:
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> >>> James Michael Kusack <[log in to unmask]> 9/16/99 1:49:07 PM
> >3.  It is raining buckets in non-sunny Southern Connecticut --
> >2.95 inches since last evening.  I just checked my bucket, special for you.
> >4.  Too bad this is not snow, huh?
>
> figure 8% water contact, 3" of water would equal 3 FEET of snow, I could live with that :-)
>
> Gil
>

Or in the case of Charleston, where they picked up 19" of rain out of
this storm, enough snow to bury a two story house. Too bad we dont get
hurricanes in the winter. Nothing happeing as of yet on Cape Cod, the
eye is supposed to pass within 20 miles of here (or right over us if
we're lucky). Hurricanes are great fun when all your valuable
possessions can fit in the trunk of your car...

Jerm

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