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NZUS97 KTBW 301730
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...SYNOPSIS...

DEEP MOISTURE REMAINS OVER THE FLORIDA PENINSULA FOR THE NEXT FEW
DAYS. A LOW PRESSURE BOUNDARY OVER NORTH FLORIDA WILL SAG SOUTH INTO
CENTRAL FLORIDA AND DISSIPATE WEDNESDAY. THERE WILL STILL BE GOOD
CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND STORMS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS WITH SOME HEAVY
RAIN POSSIBLE. THIS WET PATTERN WILL CONTINUE MOST OF THE WEEK
BEFORE A COLD FRONT APPROACHES LATE THIS WEEKEND BRINGING DRIER AND
COOLER AIR INTO THE REGION.






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