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Old 05-24-2010, 07:15 PM   #41
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Old 05-24-2010, 10:59 PM   #42
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I use "My Cast" it is a great app. Have a half dozen locations programmed in. Look at the radar, zoom in, current forcast, barometer readings and much more. Pay a one time fee and that's it. Got mine from blackberry app world.

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The next 4 days are about 80% chance of rain, around 10mm or so per day

There are a few covered areas but with that much humidity I'm not sure I am willing to risk it
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when i dont want to work, ill pull out the moisture meter, and show them why i should be out kayaking instead.

damp substrates can work to your advantage.
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when i dont want to work, ill pull out the moisture meter, and show them why i should be out kayaking instead.

damp substrates can work to your advantage.
I'll do the same thing, "yeah its a bit too damp from that rain last night still, see ya tomorrow" then its time to get on my triumph motorcycle
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