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1,300 day weather forecast...

I predict a high of 29 degrees, rapidly dropping during a sleet filled evening in New York on Feb. 9, 2014.

Oh....

And, Dallas will beat Houston in a battle between two teams from Texas.

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Re: 1,300 day weather forecast...

Don't fret, Buddha, I heard from my neighborhood global warming expert that the weather in New York/New Jersey will be quite balmy that day. Whether there will be teams from that desert wasteland formerly know as Texas is, however another question.

The "science" is apparently "settled" unless the Mayans were right, in which case the whole issue of a game is moot.

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I predict a high of 29 degrees, rapidly dropping during a sleet filled evening in New York on Feb. 9, 2014.

Oh....

And, Dallas will beat Houston in a battle between two teams from Texas.

A cold day in WHAT, was that, Buddha?

I wonder, let's see, 29 C, now what ... Naah, that's common in May in NYC.

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I predict a high of 29 degrees, rapidly dropping during a sleet filled evening in New York on Feb. 9, 2014.

Oh....

And, Dallas will beat Houston in a battle between two teams from Texas.

What about rain forcast? In our area, we had up to 5" in 1 1/2 hours yesterday. Just heard the bowling balls in the clouds just now, as our weather woman called them yesterday.

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What about rain forcast? In our area, we had up to 5" in 1 1/2 hours yesterday. Just heard the bowling balls in the clouds just now, as our weather woman called them yesterday.

I guess Zeus is angry with the midwest?

(FYI, I used to live on the very first, westmost hill of the Appalachians, and could see that stuff coming for about 70 miles...)

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