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Clear, calm tonight; sunshine and warm Sunday then next low pressure moves in

Clear, calm tonight; sunshine and warm Sunday then next low pressure moves in

Enjoy the calm conditions tonight and Sunday because more rain is moving in to begin next week, followed by colder

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