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Stickier Soon Then Storms

High pressure has moved off, now centered over the Eastern Great Lakes, but it's still close enough to influence our weather with dry conditions even as humidity levels rise on the return Southerly flow.  Dew points will reach near the tropical 70 degree range by tomorrow, but this "juicy" atmosphere lacks any trigger mechanism to kick off showers and storms for the time being, so we can simply expect a mix of sun and clouds with toasty temperatures in the 80s to near 90 degrees by tomorrow.  Eventually, a cold front will approach the region from the West by Tuesday evening providing the lift necessary for showers and thunderstorms.  While some of the key dynamics are lacking to produce significant severe weather, we could still experience isolated stronger storms.  Of course with so much available moisture, there could also be rounds of heavy rainfall.  There will be a lag before much noticeable relief after the boundary exits our area, so early Wednesday will continue to be very warm and still sticky.  We should definitely feel more comfortable with lower humidity but still seasonal temperatures in the low 80s later in the day through Thursday.

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John Malan
Brian Gotter
Scott Steele
Jesse Ritka

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30.01 in

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