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Front moves far enough south to salvage part of the holiday weekend
 
A cold front takes showers and thunderstorms southeastward through the area early this morning into this afternoon. With the aid of daytime heating, midday and afternoon thunderstorms could be strong and heavy. The front will then push far enough south to provide a dry balance to the Independence Day holiday weekend tonight through Monday, the Fourth itself, although showers and thunderstorms may linger across the upper reaches of the Tug Fork area into Sunday, as the front slows there. The chance for showers and thunderstorms returns for the middle of next week, even as early as first thing Tuesday morning, as the front buckles back north.  
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