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As we get past midnight, some snow flurries or snow showers are possible.
We should see stars intermixed before clouds thicken more after midnight and toward dawn.
Not calm, but trending from around 10 to 15 mph early to five mph after midnight.
In reality, the ice cream machines are infamously prone to breaking down, routinely disappointing anyone trying to satisfy their midnight McFlurry craving.
I arrived at the gravel lot next to a warehouse, located deep in an industrial neighborhood, around midnight on a Saturday, LA TikTokers having told me it was the place to be.
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I thought we were in for an encore performance, but gradually the uproar died away, and by midnight all was quiet.
About midnight the combination of sultry heat and banked clouds produced the usual results.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The girls sat up till midnight, at which time Haggard and his friend were due from Rome.
Once more these huge explosions unloading their cargoes of midnight on to the evening gloom.
Edna was sobbing, just as she had wept one midnight at Grand Isle when strange, new voices awoke in her.

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