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We got one thin layer of snow yesterday. It was melted within hours.

33 degrees and light rain predicted now.

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I feel bad that Steph hasn't gotten her fair share of snow this year, since I know she enjoys that.

Here on the East Coast, things are just insane! :P

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:P

If I were to move there, you'd never get more than an inch again. Heat waves follow me around. Is nature trying to tell me something?

But seriously ... I think I hear Minnesota calling my name.

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I feel like them. I awoke to a snow-covered world this morning.

>>running around in circles shrieking<<

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I really like I'llhavethat1's photo.

And don't even know how to explain it to myself, much less anyone else.

But it's way more than a snapshot.

It 'asks' more questions than it 'answers'.

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Okay! I'm going to stop sounding like a hoity-toity art critic and get back to the weather! :D

April showers last night and today.

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Hope you had an ample stockpile of food and supplies to get through it! :P

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Forgot to ask the 'flora' people something about that last photo I posted.

This flower is tiny! The petal part of it is barely more than an inch across.

This one and one other came up at the same time as a whole bunch of

totally similar but larger and what I'd think of as more 'normally sized' ones did.

It doesn't seem to fit into the idea of a normal 'range' of size.

Is it a different breed? Or are there actually 'dwarf' or 'little flower' varieties at times?

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This morning = 40 degrees, fog, rain, lightning, wind. Now (5:15 pm Central time) 70 degrees and sunny. Tonight = tornados.

As if I needed any more evidence that I live in the wrong place.

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All well here, thanks. Just heavy wind gusts, rain, and some spectacular cloud-to-cloud lightning. High-rise city views do have some advantages!

Not good about 60 miles due west. Destruction and mayhem, although so far only one fatality. Good early tornado warnings and people heeding them. But lots of damage.

Jacksonville, Florida? Or North Carolina? Lived in Jacksonville Beach, FL, for a year, and north of Jacksonville, NC, for my first 17 years on earth. (At least to my knowledge.)

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Good to hear you're well :)

Florida, Jax Beach actually ! Small world ^_^

I've lived here about nine years, love the storms.

And the beach for my other hobby - metal detecting!

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Jax Beach actually ! Small world ^_^

I've lived here about nine years, love the storms.

And the beach for my other hobby - metal detecting!

I was a shark-tooth chick myself. Combing the coquina just after high tide, every possible day!

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