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...SYNOPSIS...
A BROAD AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE REMAINS OVER THE STATE WITH DRY AIR
AND VERY LIGHT WINDS. THIS WILL LEAD TO HOT TEMPERATURES ESPECIALLY
INLAND WHERE MANY PLACES WILL SEE TEMPS IN THE UPPER 90S. THE BEACH
WEATHER WILL ALSO BE VERY WARM WITH WATER TEMPERATURES NEAR 90
DEGREES. THE HIGH PRESSURE DOES SHIFT NORTH OVER THE WEEKEND AND BY
NEXT WEEK THE WEATHER PATTERN WILL CHANGE TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS
UNDER A NORTHEASTERLY WIND FLOW.






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