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Forecast Discussion: Current Conditions: As of 2 PM on Wednesday, partly to mostly cloudy skies prevail over the region as a line of showers, which moved through our area earlier this morning, continues to move off to our east. At the same time, a frontal system still remain draped just to our west. In fact, we are beginning to see a new line of showers develop over Ohio. The overall west to east upper level flow will likely steer some of those showers in our direction later today. Right now, southerly winds are driving temperatures into the 70s. Ozone levels have remained low thanks to the rain showers that moved through earlier today. These good ozone levels will linger into tomorrow as another round of showers move in over the region. *** Thursday's Forecast: So for Thursday, mostly cloudy skies will persist throughout the day as the frontal system, which was off to our west on Wednesday, remains in place across eastern Ohio and western PA. The front will remain the focal point for shower development. Therefore, the location of the front with respect to our area means we are likely to see some rain. Afternoon temperatures will continue to remain seasonably warm, with highs in the upper 70s to near 80. The combination of the clouds and rain will keep ozone confined to the good category. --Nolan

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