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Re: Home Weather Stations
      Wed Aug 14 2013 06:54 PM

Thank you Ducky. Your info is the best and most accurate to help me judge by. You are in Cocoa Beach and I am 3.5 miles south of Mel Beach so our environment is the same. I will keep in contact with you as time goes on and I have my system installed. It will be interesting to see the weather differences between us............Surfly

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