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Dr. Gray's 2005 Summary and Forecast Verification
      Sat Nov 19 2005 10:18 AM

This may not be the correct forum, but Dr. Gray's 2005 Summary and Forecast Verification is out.

Edited by Tak (Sat Nov 19 2005 10:38 AM)

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