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Forecast Discussion: Current Conditions: As of 2 PM on Monday, mostly cloudy skies prevail over the region as a cold front, which pushed through our area late yesterday, continue to move off to our east. The area of low pressure associated with the frontal system is still hovering over the New England region. The cyclonic rotation of this low is spinning rain showers over much of the Northeastern US. Right now, rain showers are falling over portions of our region as showers continue to push in from the northwest. Gusty winds coupled with the clouds and rain are helping to keep temperatures confined to the 60s. Needless to say, the cloud cover and rain showers are helping to confine ozone to the good category. Expect more good air quality tomorrow as temperatures remain below normal. *** Tuesday's Forecast: So for Tuesday, partly sunny skies will persist over western PA as an area of high pressure over the Midwestern US begins to take hold of the weather over our area. The frontal system which plagued the region on Sunday and Monday will now be off to our north and east. The presence of the high will not only lower the wind speeds over our area but should also keep the flow out of the northwest. The northwesterly flow will, in turn, force cooler and drier air across western PA. As a result, expect high temperatures to only creep into the 60s. The combination of the cool and dry conditions over our area (along with the origin of the air mass) will keep ozone levels well within the good threshold. --Nolan

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