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    Boston: Spotty Showers to Follow Drenching Rainfall

    By By Alex Sosnowski, senior meteorologist.
    May 03, 2014, 11:52:20 PM EDT

    In the wake of drenching rainfall, a drying trend is in store for Boston, but it will not be quite rain-free.

    The large storm system responsible for the recent drenching rain was located hundreds of miles to the west, over the Great Lakes.

    The storm is forecast to weaken slowly and wander eastward this weekend into early next week.

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    As this happens, it will push the plume of Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean moisture off to the east. However, a zone of cool air and spotty, light showers will settle into the region.

    The shower activity into Monday will not aggravate flooding problems but can be an annoyance for those with outdoor plans.

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