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Forecast Discussion: The Upstate zone may finish at Code Yellow this Easter Sunday afternoon while all other zones should remain at Code Green. The low pressure system offshore should move further away from the South Carolina coast as upper-level ridging moves into the Carolinas on Monday. Mostly sunny skies should prevail. Winds should remain out of the northeast for much of the day, then veer to the northwest and west by late in the day. Ozone concentrations along the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys are quite high and these westerly winds, along with localized ozone production today, may bump up ozone levels in the Palmetto State significantly. Thus, a Code Yellow has been issued for the Midlands, Upstate, CSRA, and Catawba zones for Monday. The Pee Dee and Trident zones should be at the high end of Code Green.

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