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Rain largely stays away from Palm Beach County after record wet day

By Sonja Isger and Alexandra Seltzer - Palm Beach Post Staff Writers

Despite flood advisories and the threat of torrential downpours all day Friday, Palm Beach County finally saw more of the sun than rain for the first time in three days.

After Thursday’s deluge that brought more than 11 inches of rain in some parts of the county, the area was spared heavy rainfall, but still was hit with early evening storms, much to the dismay of SunFest goers, who had to suffer through a third straight day of wet weather.

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Staff writer Eliot Kleinberg contributed to this story.

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