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Spike
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Weather programs.
      Fri Jun 04 2004 04:59 AM

Does anyone know where I could get a free weather program? I'm thinking about getting the one that LI PHIL suggested to me but i was wondering if there were any good ones for free. I already have the AIM weatherbug and i think i have the weather.com program also but they dont give me as much info as i would like. Thanks

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* Weather programs. Spike Fri Jun 04 2004 04:59 AM
. * * Re: Weather programs. LI Phil   Fri Jun 04 2004 10:19 AM
. * * Re: Weather programs. Spike   Fri Jun 04 2004 02:12 PM

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