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By Jack Donnelly,
Finishing this forecast up a minute or two ahead of
the Vernal Equinox, where the Sun’s direct rays fall on Earth’s equator. This
year it occurs at 11:50pm EDT.
Given this fact, Friday will have something of a
Spring feel, higher than normal temperatures with morning lows in the low 40’s
and afternoon highs in the mid to upper 60’s and some morning rain and mist to
give early vegetation an early drink. Cloud cover should stick around, although
should thin just a bit by late afternoon and evening, but not soon enough to
catch some late day rays. That’ll have to wait for the weekend. Winds out of
the southwest will be up a bit, some gusts in the 20-30 mph range for some
added Friday drama, blowing in the new season.