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Warm weather likely to continue

November 22, 1999

November's warm weather is expected to continue today with highs in the 60s, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sterling, Va.

Monday's weather was partly sunny and a warm 66 degrees.

There is a chance of showers late Wednesday and early Thursday and highs in the 50s, forecasters said.

Temperatures are normally much chillier in November, with highs in the 40s and low 50s according to Hagerstown Weather Observer Greg Keefer's Web site.

Only .47 inches of precipitation have been recorded so far in November, bringing the total for the year to 37.88. Average precipitation for November is 4.91 inches.

Typical precipitation for January through November is 35.12 inches, Keefer's Web site notes.

Monthly precipitation in October also was low with 2.77 inches recorded compared to an average of 3.27 for the month, Keefer said.

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