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Thursday, July 31, 2014


No major changes. A NW flow aloft will continue to produce cooler and less humid than average weather for the next 3-4 days, with a few showers and isolated thunderstorms possible- especially in the eastern Midwest. However, the next chance for any widespread rains is not until the middle of next week.


The flow will remain in out of the NW for the next 3-4 days. Some upper air energy will remain across the east and bring chances for rains to portions of the east from time to time, but nothing widespread or too long lived. I will continue to refer you to the maps for the details.

Temps will run in the 70ís in the north and east for the next several days, with some 80ís working into the west and south today and tomorrow and then into all but the Northwoods by the weekend Saturday.

Humidity levels will run below average for the next 2 days and then bump to the 60ís in all but the Northwoods by the weekend.


Things look to be mainly dry in most of the region for early next week, with just a few showers and thunderstorms possible in the north Sunday and Monday.

Ideas then call for good chances for showers and thunderstorms in much of the region by the middle to end of next week.

Temps will warm to levels closer to average for this time of the year by the middle of the week, with 80ís in most areas and maybe even some 90ís in the far south and west. 70ís will likely hang on across the northern Northwoods.

Humidity levels also look to rise a bit for early next week and more so into the middle of next week.


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