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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

GENERAL PICTURE:

No major changes. Typical July heat and humidity will occur across the region for the next few days, with temps falling to cooler than average levels by next week.

1-4 DAY FORECAST:

Showers and thunderstorms across the far north will be working to the south and east in the next day or two, but also look to become fairly scattered in nature. So some rains are possible in lower MI and most of IL, IN and OH in the next 24-48 hours, but should not be a major issue..

Temps will reach into the 80ís in the northern Ĺ of the region today, with some 90ís in the south.

Slightly cooler temps will then build in behind the front, but not dramatically cooler as has been the case the past 3 weeks, but highs by the second half of the week will be in the 70ís in the Northwoods, with 80ís elsewhere.

Humidity levels will high through today, then back off some, but like temps, not dramatically for the second half of the week.

5-10 DAY FORECAST:

Another front looks to work through the region over the weekend and early next week. The front will produce chances for showers and thunderstorms in the Northwoods over the weekend and then into the rest of the region later Sunday and into Monday, with things quieting back down for the rest of the first half of next week.

Temps will fall more noticeably behind that front, with highs dropping into the 70ís in the northern Ĺ of the region and 80ís in the south.

Humidity levels also look to drop behind that second front.

-John

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