Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 6:21PM
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Let's start here- you will need a jacket the next several mornings. In fact, mountaintops will have lows in the upper 40s Wednesday through Friday. A potent cold front (for July) moved through this morning followed by some clearing heading into the evening. The rest of the work week and into the weekend are remarkably delightful with seasonally cool temperatures and tons of sunshine.
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Hi: 65 Lo: 50
Partly cloudy and quite cool; North wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 71 Lo: 50
Scattered clouds; Splendid; North wind 5-15 mph, becoming light
Hi: 73 Lo: 51
Generally sunny; Exceptional; Light SE wind
Hi: 74 Lo: 52
Mostly sunny and pleasant; Bosses stand guard
Hi: 76 Lo: 54
A few afternoon clouds; Pleasant
Sunday - Some afternoon cloudiness; Pleasant; Dry for most, but cannot completely rule out a PM t-shower; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Monday - More afternoon clouds; Isolated PM showers or t-showers; Still quite nice; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 50s
A real-deal cold front moved through around midday. Temperatures stay cool today despite making a late-day run when we get into some clearing. Clouds decrease overnight as much cooler and less muggy air invades.
Cool continental high pressure originating over the Northern Plains takes control for the rest of the work week. Wake-up temps the next several mornings will be 8-10 degrees below normal with afternoon temperatures 5-6 degrees below normal through Friday. Expect ample sunshine during this time frame as well.
As the high shifts towards the East Coast this weekend temperatures slowly increase as a warming southerly flow goes to work. Humidity levels recover enough to warrant a "cannot rule out" mention of a stray thundershower Sunday followed by isolated afternoon thundershowers Monday. That said, the transition back to "normal" really doesn't occur until about the middle of next week. Enjoy!
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