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Old 09-08-2004, 05:23 PM   #10
Davros
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Join Date: January 7, 2001
Location: Mandurah, West Australia
Age: 55
Posts: 5,073
I have woken up to a balmy 14 deg C, and even though it's srill dark outside at 5am I am in short sleeve shirt and track pants.

The screwballs on the radio (via our so called Meteorology dept) are still sticking to their forecast, saying that a storm front will hit today and that storm has come straight up from Antarctica - it is supposed to be intense with early snow being washed away with some hail, sleet and buckets of rain. They are expecting most of the snow about 150 miles south of here, and are not expecting it to exist for long.

Snow in this state is aparently a once in 20 year event, but in Winter - not in a nice warm Spring??? I'll believe it IF I see it.
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