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about a mile down the same road, after 3 stoplights, at which all the speeders slam to a stop and then spin their wheels trying to get to 60 before the next light, it goes down to 45. in the right lane, slowing for the speed limit, since it’s a college town and the cops are out a lot, the tailgaters are right on your bumper. I really liked that quote from the National Weather Service. I don’t like it when people diss the weather people for “getting it wrong”.
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