A Sunshine Day on the Prairie

By: plapman , 2:04 PM GMT on August 09, 2008

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Today will be sunny with a high of 28C(82F).
Tonight will bring some cloudy periods and an overnight low of 12C(54F).
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The wedding went well yesterday. The weather was perfect with bright sunshine and warm temps. Poor Abby didn't get to go for a walk till 10:30 last night. She didn't mind the abbreviated version.
============================================================There have been reports of combines in the fields. Thats a sure sign that summer is ending on the prairie. By the end of August touches of frost are possible.
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1. Alleyoops
2:16 PM GMT on August 09, 2008
Good morning Tony. Yes unfortunately summer goes by quickly especially this year with the Spring weather you had. Took a long time for it to warm up so it makes the season feel that much shorter. Sept will soon be here, kids back to school with touches of early morning frost starting. Leaves change, fall harvest begins then the smell of wood smoke lingers on the air. Fall will soon be here.

Have a great day dear ones.
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