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Spells of cold rain amid Saturday’s strengthening winds make for a cold close to chilly March 2019; mixed wet snowflakes not out of the question; predicted switch to milder jet stream in days ahead underpin expectations of milder temps
Posted 11:34 PM, March 29, 2019, by
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