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Rain showers

The warm front will stall out just to our south and set up a tremendous temperature gradient tomorrow.
In addition to being cold, March has also been way drier than normal. We are nearly 2.5 inches below the average but that deficit could disappear over the weekend.
The giant high pressure system that cooled us down earlier in the week has moved eastward.
This afternoon we've got a high pressure system pushing down from New England.
High pressure over New England is giving us clear skies today and the easterly winds blowing off that high will keep today's maximum temperature in the mid 70s.
It hasn't rained in two whole days! Is all this dry weather getting you down? Don't fret, we're about to get soaked again. Twice.
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