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From: john hoskins <>
Subject: Re: Off to the races
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 11:04:27 +0000
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In message <000c01c2c8c2$1476dd20$>, Annie Flores
<> writes
>Ted
>
>That temp incorporated the windchill factor. Actually today has ended up
>warming up a fair bit to 40 degrees!The sun is shining and snow is melting
>but lets see what tommorrow brings!
>
>Annie
I assume that would be -40 degrees with all the talk of snow and
windchill but would it be -40 degrees Celsius - or -40 degrees
Fahrenheit? Think before answering. But, since the snow is melting I
think it must be +40 degrees which rather spoils the mathematical
conundrum.
--
John H


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