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WEBVTT IT IS LEFT OVER WITH WHAT WASGOING ON WITH CINDY.EVERYBODY HAVE A HEAT TODAY, 80DEGREES WITH A HIGH TEMPERATUREIN BOSTON.WIND OUT OF THE WEST WHICH ISBRINGING IN DRIER AIR.HIGH TEMPERATURES WELL INTO THE80'S TODAY AND WARM AIR ALL THEWAY INTO THE CAVE.DESPITE THE FACT WERE SURROUNDEDBY WATER AROUND 60 DEGREES NOW.THE FRONT MOVED THROUGH AND THESKIES DURING THE WAY OF ACOMMUNITY IS DROPPING.IT IS JUST 55 DEGREES IN THEWIND IS OUT OF THE WEST AT 21MILES HOUR.IT IS STILL 87 DEGREES BUT...
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