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Hi all,well here it is , the first day of spring an we have 8 inches of snow and still coming. This is the most snow we have had in several years. My poor flowers are buried and I'm standing here, trowel in hand with nowhere to dig!! I saw swallows for the first time today too. If I were a swallow I'd be heading back to Mexico fast. Whats your weather today? Happy spring, Judy S

-- Judy S (wawoman@home.net), March 20, 2002


Here in Nebraska we had a very nice day in the 50's but by supper time the wind had shifted to the north and cold. Tomorrow it's only supposed to get to 25 or so. Quite a change in 24 hours. Consoling thought that it is finally spring and soon it will be nice enough to get those early vegetable seeds planted. I still need to do a lot of stick and limb pick up, the usual "after winters over" clean up! Happy Spring!

-- Nancy (nannyb@huntel.net), March 20, 2002.

12 inches expected tonight,,,,,,,,, wheres that global warming I was hearing about?

-- Stan (sopal@net-pert.com), March 20, 2002.

Rain, rain, rain here... The snow isn't supposed to hit until Friday! Spring is certainly unpredictable, but I do wish a "Happy Spring" to you all!

-- Melissa in SE Ohio (me@home.net), March 20, 2002.

We did have a beautiful spring day today, 50's, I guess, but sunny and nice. May be snowing tomorrow, though.

-- mary (marylgarcia@aol.com), March 20, 2002.

Right now its 20,s,later today 30,s tonight teens.I hope this is the last blast!!!

-- willa in IL. (goodall6@hotmail.com), March 21, 2002.

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