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Ed DunhamAdministrator
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Re: Just a Suggestion
      Sun Aug 29 2004 01:27 AM

You can use the Other Weather Events Forum for that purpose, but limit it to those storms that are indeed newsworthy. Keep in mind that this is primarily a tropical forum for the Atlantic basin and that many of us enjoy the chance to recover during the winter season.
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