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Forecast Discussion: Sunday will be a delightful early summer day, with temperatures in the low 80s °F and low humidity. Light southwesterly winds will pick up slightly in the afternoon. Ozone will rise into the Moderate range under strong late May sun and recirculating transport aloft. Particle concentrations will rise but remain in the Good range in the dry and relatively clean air mass. **Extended Forecast: Temperatures and humidity will steadily rise all through next week as a “ridge” of high pressure sits over the Mid-Atlantic region. Memorial Day will be warm, with temperatures reaching the mid-80s °F. Another day of full afternoon sun and strong subsidence will push ozone to the upper Moderate range. Particles will respond to the rising humidity by reaching the low Moderate range. On Tuesday, the chance for more onshore (cleaner) flow and increasing afternoon cloud cover will limit rising ozone, but concentrations will remain in the mid-to-upper Moderate range. Particles will also linger in the low Moderate range. -Huff

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