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Default weather patterns in north Florida

On Tue, 19 Aug 2003 21:40:43 -0500, Robert McDermitt wrote:

Hi all,

This year has been wet - so wet that it's almost like monsoon season. It's
raining damn near every friggin day. I swear, I don't think I'll ever dry
out.

Any idea what is causing this extreme wet cycle??


Robert


I think its a normal swing if you will of Weather.
I bet we have alot of snow storms in the north this year.
(Im in indiana).

jDeGraw


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Default weather patterns in north Florida

Any idea what is causing this extreme wet cycle??

I've heard that HAARP is to blame for it.

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On Tue, 19 Aug 2003 21:40:43 -0500, Robert McDermitt wrote:

Hi all,

This year has been wet - so wet that it's almost like monsoon season.

It's
raining damn near every friggin day. I swear, I don't think I'll ever

dry
out.

Any idea what is causing this extreme wet cycle??


Robert


I think its a normal swing if you will of Weather.
I bet we have alot of snow storms in the north this year.
(Im in indiana).

jDeGraw





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