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Much has changed since I first posted an election weather forecast earlier this week.  

Here's the latest weekend and election day weather forecast according to Weather.com

                         
State City Weekend Weather Tuesday
Sat Sun Mon Weather PP High
CO   Denver Mostly
Sunny
Partly
Cloudy
Sunny Sunny 0% 68
FL   Jacksonville Sunny Mostly
Sunny
Iso
Th Storms
Scat
Th Storms
50% 69
FL Miami Sunny Mostly
Sunny
Partly
Cloudy
Iso
Th Storms
30% 81
FL Tampa Sunny Partly
Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Scat
Th. Storms
60% 74
IA Des Moines Partly
Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Showers Partly
Cloudy
10% 56
NC Charlotte Sunny Few
Showers
Partly
Cloudy
Showers 40% 50
NC Raleigh Sunny Few
Showers
Partly
Cloudy
Showers 40% 52
NH Manchester Partly
Cloudy
Sunny Sunny Sunny 0% 42
NV Las Vegas Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny 0% 81
NV Reno Partly
Cloudy
Mostly
Sunny
Sunny Sunny 0% 77
OH Cincinnati PM
Showers
Mostly
Sunny
Mostly
Sunny
Sunny 0% 52
OH Cleveland AM
Showers
Partly
Cloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
Sunny 0% 46
PA Philadelphia Mostly
Sunny
Sunny Sunny Mostly
Cloudy
10% 47
PA Pittsburgh AM
Showers
Mostly
Sunny
Partly
Cloudy
Sunny 0% 49
VA Richmond Sunny Mostly
Sunny
Partly
Cloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
20% 52
VA Virginia
Beach
Sunny Partly
Cloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
Few
Showers
30% 66
WI Green Bay Mostly
Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Showers 50% 42
WI Milwaukee Cloudy Partly
Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Few
Showers
30% 44
It looks like great weather in Ohio, Colorado, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Iowa.  There is a chance of poor weather in Florida, Wisconsin and North Carolina.  Overall, I'll take it!  Ohio having nice weather is especially good news.

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