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Click the link here for the latest local weather forecast and other weather-related information from the NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.
Posted on January 05, 2008 at 10:45 PM in WEATHER | Permalink
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I like the horrible weather, I just hate having to do normal stuff in it, like get kids to school in morning traffic and pick up later in a dang hurricane. If the power goes out, can go get ice if there's worry food might go bad. We have a woodstove now if it gets cold. Can even heat stuff up on top of it. You might think I'm kidding around, but I'm not. It's important to think about being self sufficient in case the actual power grid (the big one) ever goes out.
Canned food, water, propane, and whatever else might be needed in case anything major were to happen.
January 05, 2008 at 02:44 PM
Well now........ At first I thought Mr. Maybury was predicting the weather . Then I read the whole thing, and Alas and Alack ... it was the weather service. JOHN Don't despair. I believe you could do just as well, (if not better,) should you decide to include your thoughts on the subject.
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January 04, 2008 at 06:50 PM
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