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Thursday, July 28, 2016

GENERAL PICTURE:

  Showers/thunderstorms finish up in the next 24-48 hours.

  Cooler and a bit less humid for the weekend.

  Turning hotter, more humid next week, with some showers/thunderstorms.

1-4 DAY FORECAST:

A weather system will continue to slowly move through the region in the next 2 days, I will let the maps do most of the talking, but will point out that severe weather is not a high concern. Still, some of the storms could reach severe limits.

Most areas will be quieting down by later tomorrow into the weekend, with some lingering showers and thunderstorms remaining possible in the far east Saturday and then some new activity working into the west Sunday.

Temps and humidity levels will be dropping on the back side of the rains. The Northwoods are already into the cooler and less humid air and by tomorrow, all areas will be. Highs will run in the 70s in the Northwoods, with 80s in most of the rest of the region for the next 2-3 days, with 80s in most areas by Sunday.

5-10 DAY FORECAST:

A return to heat and humidity looks to occur early next week and initiate some showers and thunderstorms in most of the region as well. The rains do not look to be a huge problem with outdoor activity, but will have a good chance of happening in most areas.

Temps for the first half of next week look to run in the 80s in most areas with some 90s scattered into the southern to 2/3rds of the region.

-John

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