NEWSLETTER JULY 2009
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|Greeting fellow Weatherfun members and welcome to the July issue of the Weatherfun Newsletter and Jerry's words. Due to being very busy at this end getting ready for the reunion, my words will be short this month.|
Weather wise it has been horrible, with rain just about every day of the month and well below normal temps. Currently we are going through some very heavy T-storms that started on Wednesday and will continue through today. Some areas of Rhode Island have had as much as 5+ inches of rain with severe T-storms. Currently we have a break in the action and more will form later today. The storm prediction center says there is even a possibility of a tornado in Southern New England today. Sure hope this does not happen. So far the weather looks ok for the 224th running of the Bristol 4th of July Parade, said to be the oldest continuous running parade in our great nation.
REUNION: As you know the 8th reunion begins next week. I have been sending out a form for you to fill out if you would like to attend. If you have not filled one our yet and would like to attend, please write me at my private e-mail address and I will get it your way immediately. We have a great reunion planned with a visit to the WPRI TV 12 studio, and boat ride on the Cape Cod Canal, and a possible visit to a winery in Middle town, R. I.
Like I said I am very busy at this end, so my words for this month are going to be short. Please enjoy your summer and I hope the weather your way is a perfect Jerry 12, and by all means keep an eye to the sky.
Remember this is your newsletter and if you have a weather related article that you would like to see in a future issue please send it to either Bill or I and we will see about getting it in a future issue.
Till next month from all of us here in Warren to all of you and your family HAPPY BIRTHDAY, and a grand 4th of July to you all. Hope the fireworks displays in your area are the greatest yet, but please be careful using fireworks on your own. You all know the danger that they can cause.
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