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Rain pelts Raleigh, drenches Farmers Market

Andy Becker, left, from Wild Onion Farm removes water for Sarah Greene, right, in the Kimbap tent during the Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market on Wednesday in Raleigh.
Andy Becker, left, from Wild Onion Farm removes water for Sarah Greene, right, in the Kimbap tent during the Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market on Wednesday in Raleigh. jhknight@newsobserver.com

Andy Becker, above left, from Wild Onion Farm removes water for Sarah Greene, right, in the Kimbap tent while Jane Rego, at left, from Smith’s Nursery watches the rain pelt down during the Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market on Wednesday. Rain and temperatures hovering in the 60s settled in for most of the day over the Triangle area. According to ABC11 Eyewitness News weather reports, today might still be cloudy, but temperatures will rebound into the 70s. High pressure over the eastern Great Lakes on Friday will maintain the cool, dry northerly flow into the Triangle over the weekend, for a perfect autumn feel to Friday night football.

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