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Warm and dry conditions continue today as high pressure remains in control. Low pressure will track well to our west tomorrow leading to more clouds and a dip in temperatures.
Weather Outlook, March 23 – March 27
Weather Patterns We’re Watching
#SATELLITE SPOTLIGHT: As @NOAA‘s #GOES16🛰️ watched the sunrise this morning, it spied #snow still covering the ground across parts of the Northeast and Canada. In this #GeoColor loop, both the clouds and the snow are white. However, the snow is still, while the clouds are moving. pic.twitter.com/c1slumNfpB
— NOAA Satellites – Public Affairs (@NOAASatellitePA) March 22, 2021
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