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    That is bad, we never have extreme weather of any kind. But we seldom has a nice and hot summer either.

    Take care, Eileen
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    Same as Eileen here going for a record rainfall for May I guess, but they predict a warm weekend! Lets see if they can predict 5 days out now.
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    Adelaide's weather...

    23° C | 11° C

    26° C | 11° C

    25° C | 13° C

    27° C | 14° C

    28° C | 14° C
    Scattered Clouds Clear Partly Cloudy Clear Scattered Clouds

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    How to Build an Ark
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjean423 View Post
    How to Build an Ark
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    Sjean, how are things in your area? It is just dreadful here, roads closed everywhere and water getting higher by the hour.

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    RIGHT where I am is fine, but there are a lot of areas where it is not. A lot of roads closed, At least one bridge washed away from what I saw on the news.
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    http://edition.cnn.com/2010/US/weath...ille.flooding/

    This is crazy. And it is still raining....
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    That was what it was like up here the last week of March. Then of course, the weatherforcasters start "worrying" because April was dry. HELLO?? I think we had enough in March to tide us over.

    But it is hot here today. 90 in New England in May?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjean423 View Post
    That was what it was like up here the last week of March. Then of course, the weatherforcasters start "worrying" because April was dry. HELLO?? I think we had enough in March to tide us over.

    But it is hot here today. 90 in New England in May?
    One of the ironies is that despite the flooding, the homes ruined or condemned, now they are saying the risk of a fire is sky high and that the grass is bone dry. It really does feel like the environment is a little crazy this year.

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