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Wednesday morning will start off on the chillier side in the upper 40s, but we’ll warm up nicely as we head towards noontime with temps in the mid-60s. Skies will be partly cloudy throughout with the chance for isolated showers starting in the late morning and early afternoon. Any showers that do come through are expected to be isolated and brief with not every town seeing one.
The chance for showers will continue into the early afternoon, before becoming more consistently dry towards the evening hours High afternoon temps will top out right around 70, which, outside of any isolated showers will make for a mild an comfortable afternoon with mixed sunshine.
Another weekend and more rain is expected. An area of low pressure will be swinging through the Great Lakes with a secondary low developing off the Delmarva Peninsula. Saturday may start out dry, but some rain is possible by late in the day.
Rain and drizzle will continue through Sunday with that coastal low tracking to our south. This nor’easter will bring us some gusty northeasterly winds and the possibility of some coastal flooding and beach erosion.
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