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CINCINNATI - If you've ever considered staying home from work because of weather conditions, Feb. 5 might be the day. For those who need an excuse note, the doctor--or meteorologist--is in.
Print this note from 9 First Warning Weather Chief Meteorologist Steve Raleigh, and your boss may just cut you a break.
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