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Friday, April 16, 2010

Most Clear and Pleasant Day in Store

Images: Showing high pressure nearly overhead today on Joan Rivers
Today will be a much nicer day than many of late with decreasing easterly winds and plenty of sunshine. In fact, tomorrow looks to be of similar nature with the only real chance of rain appearing as of now to be around later Sunday...when in fact a weak cold front will be getting ready to pass thru. We might as well throw in a chance of thunder on that keep one's eyes to the sky by noon time on Sunday.
Saturday: A few more clouds with winds shifting to southeast at about 10 mph, but mostly sunny as well.
Sunday: Increasing clouds with SW winds initially and rain chances increasing into the afternoon.
Later Sunday: Mostly cloud with winds shifting to ENE at 10mph.
The days after look to be mostly dry but a little cooler with NE winds at 10-18mph. A very small chance of rain can't be ignored though of Tuesday, especially right along the east coast.

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