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Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 6:24AM

Bask in the Warmth

Today is one of those "dreamy" Saturday's you envision in the depths of winter. We'll call it a touch warm which isn't really true by late July standards, but it is fair to say given the overall cooler theme from the last ten days. The warm theme continues Sunday with showers and storms arriving late in the day, more so at night into Monday morning. This proceeds another unusual summer cool down for the upcoming week. There are a lot of nice days ahead. We'll not completely taint the great forecast but remember all good things eventually come to an end.

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Saturday

Hi: 78 Lo: 62

Partly cloudy after early AM fog; Warmer; Light wind becoming SW 5-15 mph in the afternoon
Sunday

Hi: 80 Lo: 64

Partly to mostly cloudy; Warm; Scattered late-day & nighttime showers & storms; West wind 5-15 mph but gusty in storms at night
Monday

Hi: 72 Lo: 53

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered showers and storms ending by afternoon; Cooler Mon. night; West wind 10-20 mph
Tuesday

Hi: 65 Lo: 48

Partly cloudy; Much cooler and less humid
Wednesday

Hi: 66 Lo: 50

Lots of sun; Cooler than the calender suggests

Further Out

Thursday - Becoming cloudy with fog at night; Seasonably cool; Scattered PM showers; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 50s
Friday - Cloudy with fog; Scattered light rain showers; Continued cool; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 50s

Forecast Discussion

A warm front rockets north today bringing a return to slightly above normal warmth for late July. The warm-up is short lived only lasting through Sunday. We're eyeballing our next cool down which is slated to begin Monday behind a cold front that stretches from the Upper Great Lakes to Kansas today.

There are a couple of factors in play that will lead to showers and storms, primarily late Sunday, continuing into early Monday afternoon. The first is a complex of storms racing through the Ohio Valley Sunday. While the emphasis for nasty weather will be well to our north we may get clipped by a few good storms late Sunday afternoon and evening. The second factor is the front itself which will help to drum up widely scattered thunderstorms Sunday night into early Monday afternoon. Once again, the bulk of the action will stay to our north, but it could be a little noisy and windy with brief heavy downpours Sunday night.

Significantly cooler air filters in behind the front as high pressure drops south courtesy of Canada. Temperatures beyond Monday will run about ten degrees cooler than average (or more) for the rest of the work week. Beginning Thursday, the high gets "stuck" over New England in a favorable position for another summer wedge scenario. Cloudy, damp, and cool becomes the story by Friday, Thursday is questionable, but we'll stay on the pessimistic side for another day.

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