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    High pressure centered near Nova Scotia and extending into New
    England will drift east through today as a warm front and low
    pressure approach. The warm front will likely remain to the
    south of the terminals through 00Z Sunday. There is a low chance
    the front moves through late in the forecast period.
    MVFR to IFR ceilings this afternoon, becoming IFR throughout
    tonight. Showers will be of the hit and miss variety, with them
    far more likely to miss than hit any given terminal until this
    evening at the earliest. So only have VCSH until then at all
    terminals. A rumble of thunder will be possible with the
    showers, with the best chance of thunder late in the afternoon
    into the evening. However, confidence in this occurring is to o
    low to place in the TAFs at this time.
    Winds generally remain NE to E through this afternoon with
    speeds diminishing to less than 10 kt. As the warm front
    approaches late in the day, winds become light and variable
    throughout, and should remain so through tonight.