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Nor'easter Winding Down... Lawn Irrigation... Fair Forecast... Oct. Rainfall Maps... Next Gen Weather Satellites

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Updated: 11/05/2013 11:08 pm

The "local" Nor'easter will wind down through Wed. but seas & surf will be slow to calm. Temps. will be warmer with highs Wed. well into the 70s but with a few showers from time time. The warm temps. will continue Thu. before cooler air arrives Fri. through the weekend (but still nice). Winds will again become onshore by Fri. through the weekend.

Now that we "fell back" Sunday, remember that home owners are only allowed to water once a week. Click ** here ** for more info. from the St. Johns River Water Management District.

The Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair begins Wed. with gates opening @ 5pm. There may be a few lingering brief showers late in the day but otherwise skies will be partly cloudy with temps. falling from the 70s into the 60s. Pretty decent weather for the Fair through the weekend.

From SciJinks:

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Our Jax N.W.S. has posted rainfall maps for Oct. Most areas were quite dry or -- at best -- just about at avg.

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