High pressure in the center of the country is influencing our beautiful weather today with ample sunshine, low humidity, and comfortable temperatures. The cooler air will be most felt tonight as most of us will drop into the mid and upper 50s, shattering record lows for July 17. This area of high pressure will remain in control for our Thursday, although we will see more clouds arrive ahead of our next system that will be making its way to our area late Friday.
The first part of our Friday will be dry with clouds continuing to increase before we see showers and storms return Friday evening into our Saturday. Saturday will be a soggy day with showers and storms through the day. Rain will linger into Sunday morning before we dry out a bit late Sunday with only some isolated showers lingering behind the front.
An upper level low will develop near us as we start next week, meaning that isolated showers and storms will be possible each afternoon from Monday through Wednesday.
Highs will remain in the 80s through the rest of the week and the weekend with 90s reappearing as we head into the middle of next week. Lows will start to return to normal after tonight with 70s back by Sunday.
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