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    A Beautiful Day at the US Open

    By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
    June 15, 2013; 5:14 AM ET
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    While the threat of severe weather has ended for the U.S. Open at Ardmore, Pa., there will be additional showers and the risk of thunderstorms this weekend.

    The weather will be rather cool over southeastern Pennsylvania going into the weekend.

    Saturday appears to be a near-perfect day for golf and just about any outdoor plans.

    Storms, Rain Suspend U.S. Open at Merion
    Thursday Morning Storms: Low-End Derecho
    Southeastern Pennsylvania Radar

    Abundant sunshine is on tap with a light breeze and low humidity Saturday. Showers should avoid the region this day.

    The chance of a shower or thunderstorm passing over the area will increase Sunday afternoon as a system rolls in from the Midwest then crosses the Appalachians.

    A southwest breeze will kick up Sunday as well.

    Despite the risk of a shower or thunderstorm Sunday afternoon, most of the time will be free of rain at Merion this weekend.

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