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The results of months of hard work and preparation will come to fruition today in the Quadrangle and later in Hill Field as the Spring Fling festivities commence -- as long as Mother Nature plays along. Yet the numerous Philadelphia area weather forecasters can't seem to agree on exactly what the thunder gods have in store for the University revelers. And unfortunately the dean of weathermen, NBC forecaster Willard Scott, did not return a message placed to his office. But the National Weather Service predicts that today will be sunny with a high near 65, with clouds coming in Friday night, bringing with them a 40 percent chance of rain in the late hours of the night. For the more pessimistic, Accu-Weather claims that today will be cloudy with a high of 62 degrees, with only a slight chance of rain for the chilly Indigo Girls concert. Fling organizers can postpone day-time activities if necessary, but the concert tonight may be cancelled if there is severe weather. Tomorrow night's activities will be moved to Irvine Auditorium if it rains.

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