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AWUS81 KGYX 210806
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LOW PRESSURE IS BEGINNING TO TAKE SHAPE THIS MORNING OVER THE MID
ATLANTIC. AS IT GATHERS STRENGTH IT WILL SEND SCATTERED SHOWERS OUR
WAY FOR MUCH OF THE DAY.

EVENTUALLY THIS LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE TO A POSITION SOUTH OF NEW
ENGLAND...AND TAKE UP RESIDENCE FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. THIS WILL
MEAN A PROLONGED PERIOD OF RAINFALL...POSSIBLY HEAVY AT TIMES LATE
WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY.

THERE IS LITTLE WAY AROUND IT...AS IT WILL BE AN UGLY COUPLE OF
DAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL BE COOL...WITH A RAW NORTHEASTERLY WIND.




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