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HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. - President Clinton is expected to land by helicopter this morning in Harpers Ferry to kick off activities for Earth Day.
The weather is expected to hold for the visit by the president and Vice President Al Gore.
The National Weather Service is calling for mostly cloudy skies with a chance of afternoon rain or drizzle.
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park will remain open to visitors throughout the visit by the president and vice president, said Marsha Starkey, spokeswoman for the park.
Park visitors should park at the center parking lot and take the shuttle into Harpers Ferry. She said she expects the streets in the historic town to be blocked to vehicle traffic.