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Welcome to the July issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter

Words From Jerry
Welcome folks to the Weatherfun July Newsletter. Can you believe it is July already? Before you know it Lynn will be throwing snowballs at me.

Well, there is so much to talk about, and so much going on here on Weatherfun that it would take up all of the room on the newsletter. But, let me try to condense it all. website? Not much I can say here folks. With Richard Foreman at the helm things have been running real well on our website. As you know several new items have been added to our website and we are adding new sections as I write this. Our toll free 800 number is doing just great, and a great idea to keep in touch as to what is going on while you are vacationing, and not near a computer. You can check on the website at 1-700-770.
How about our new Founder's Line at 1-449-818, and a section that I know will be very popular not only with Weatherfun members, but also the general public the Tropical Watch 2002 hot line. What a great way to keep informed on the tropical wx. while you are away from your computer, but to call our 800 number, and punch in the Tropical wx. 2002 code.
How about the "Weather 101" section at 1-490-036, where you can learn something new on weather each day. By the way, I think Richard is looking for more help to run a few of these sections. Why not e-mail him, and ask him for further details.
Also our new section that I have started this week called "under The Weather" where you can keep informed as to how our members are doing health wise, and who is in need of our prayers. I know of no other weather website on the net that offers as much as support our website as much as possible, and offer to help with our different sections that are up dated daily.

How about our first Weatherfun Reunion the weekend of Sept. 20th, 21st, and 22nd. I cannot believe that this is finally going to happen, and it is a great honor for the 1st reunion to be held in my area. Susan and I are working on what we hope will be a great program. We plan on having our central location set up in one of the Motels in the Seekonk, Mass. area. This is an area that will be centrally located to all of the events. I will be sending out (if I have not already) a questionnaire that I would like you to fill out and return to me if you are planning on coming to our first reunion, as soon as possible. Please let us know if you are going to attend. We hope to make our 1st Reunion an event that we will talk about all year long, and through those dark, cold, snowy nights, until our next Annual Reunion in 2003.

In closing, Susan and I would like to wish you and your family a very Happy and Safe 4th of July. I hope you all enjoy the holiday with your family, and above all please do not drive and drink. Also if you will be going off on vacation, also please have a great and safe vacation. Susan and I plan on also taking a few days up north to New Hampshire with the little ones, for some much needed R & R. See you all next month folks, and please continue to support our newsletter.

June's Weather
  • The first week of June saw lots of rain for the eastern 2/3's of the country with thunderstorms, some severe, while the southwest saw temperatures of 100+.
  • 8th 1,500 people were forced to evacuate small communities north of Los Angeles as a 23,500-acre wildfire whipped through.
  • 9th-13th wildfires outside of Denver burned over 100,000 acres.
  • 13th-15th Rain with temps 10-15 degrees below normal in New England & mid-Atlantic.
  • Starting on the 14th heavy rain in much of Florida for the rest of the month.
  • 16th Forest employee arrested as the person who started the Colorado wildfires.
  • 21st-24th Wildfires in Arizona force over 25,000 people to leave their homes, burning more than 452,000 acres, & destroying 423 homes, and may also have been set by someone.
  • 29th-30th Flooding rains in parts of Texas.

You can checkout the Atlantic Ocean off of Cape Cod by going to Wellfleet, MA

Links 4 You
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  • Armond C Peaslee Jr - Pittsfield, MA
  • - Dan - Kentucky
Did You Know?

The highest temperature in the US was at Death Valley on July 10, 1913 - 134 degrees! Now that's HOT.
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