Warm, dry day expected to close work week


The National Weather Service is calling for a mostly sunny sky and highs in the low 80s for Palm Beach County today.

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Forecasters say they expect few, if any, of the light showers that have occasionally affected parts of the area the past two days. Winds will be from the east at 10-15 mph.

Tonight, expect lows near 70 under a partly cloudy sky with southeast winds of 10-15 mph.

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