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We've got snow on the ground, we've got rain, we've got freezing weather, so of course, we've got ice... and lots of it. Of course my last encounter with ice resulted in a twisted knee, which has been steadily feeling better, but today I find all the precipitation has made it a bit achy. Now several years ago after I had knee surgery, I was able to predict rain and such for a couple of months with a startling accuracy, which was especially cool, but had a significant downside being that the harbinger of rain wasn't some cute tingle, but outright pain. This time around it's much more of a tingle, but it also didn't start until after the rain itself was here, so while the rain warning is less intrusive, it is likewise less helpful, unless I find myself needing to determine the weather from within a room with no windows.
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