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Re: Accuweather Premium
      Fri Jun 04 2004 04:56 AM

Ok thanks man. I'll have to try and get that. It looks very useful in tracking storms and keeping on top of the weather thanks again.

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* Interesting line of storms in Nebraska today Domino Fri Jun 04 2004 04:56 AM
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