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      Oct 4

      72° /56°F
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    • Wed

      Oct 5

      71° /55°
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    • Thu

      Oct 6

      72° /55°
      Low clouds
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      • Grass Pollen: Low
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    • Fri

      Oct 7

      72° /55°
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      • Low
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      • Grass Pollen: Low
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    • Sat

      Oct 8

      75° /49°
      A couple of t-storms possible
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      • Ragweed Pollen: Low
      • Tree Pollen: Low
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      Today Normal Record 10/4/2015
    High 72° 70° 87° (1954) 63°
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    Millville Weather Report

    Persistent rain to raise flood risk in part of northeastern US late this week

    September 29, 2016; 8:16 AM ET

    Rain will spread over much of the northeastern U.S. into the weekend, but persistent downpours will raise the flood risk in part of the mid-Atlantic. More >