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Re: Dear Mr. Weatherman...

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Dang, now I feel like "that guy" that brought "Zima" to a keg party back in the 90's. LOL

If you understand that reference, you must be in the same generation as me ;-)
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Re: Dear Mr. Weatherman...

I can relate. The yard dropped my boat in the water on Tuesday this week, and I can't get up there until tomorrow. It has been beautiful all week--70s and sunny. Tomorrow calls for showers/storms. I'm hoping for the best, though, as a chance of showers/storms around here often doesn't mean much.
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I had my people talk to the weather people for you. All good. Proceed as planned. No worries. You owe me a beer and some rum. Enjoy!
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