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Loc: Melbourne, FL
Central Florida???
      #95393 - Sat Feb 28 2015 12:04 AM

Here are today's comments from NWS Melbourne - it says it all:

"CURRENT...TODAY`S WEATHER IN CENTRAL FL WAS GRACIOUSLY DONATED TO US
BY THE CITY OF LONDON. OR WAS IT SEATTLE? TAKE YOUR PICK...EITHER
WAY THIS HAS BEEN A TRULY DREARY DAY. S-SW WINDS OVERRUNNING THE 2-
3KFT NRLY POST-FRONTAL AIR MASS HAS PRODUCED WIDESPREAD LOW CLOUDS
WITH MIST/DRIZZLE AND OCNL LIGHT RAIN COVERING THE SRN 2/3 (ISM TO
MCO TO NORTH OF TTS) ADDING TO THE MISERY ARE 10-20MPH NRLY
WINDS...MAKING THE CHILL THAT MUCH MORE BITING."

The only thing that came close to normal was a late afternoon thundershower - except that having one at 59 degrees was not exactly normal.
ED


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