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One more day of rain chances before warm spell swells

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6-30 Wed. Surface

TUESDAY NIGHT:  The sky should become partly to mostly cloudy as we get a rest from rain chances while we're in between low pressure systems. Fog will be possible especially close to Lake Superior. Low temps should run 60-65. The wind will be SE 5-10 mph.

WEDNESDAY:  The sky will be partly cloudy in the morning but clouds will increase in the afternoon as a new low and its fronts come by. That will give us a 40% chance for more showers and thunderstorms. High temps will run 80-85. The wind will be SSE 5-15 mph.

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY:  High air pressure cells will settle in to clear the sky and help make a warm spell swell up. Low temps will be 65-70 and high temps will be 85-90. Dewpoints will be in the 60's so it will feel humid. The wind will be light and variable.

FOURTH OF JULY SATURDAY:  It should be hot, sunny and dry for Independence Day. Clouds will increase Saturday night and bring a 30% chance for overnight rain. High temps will be 85-90 and lows will be 65-70.

SUNDAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK: The heat will continue with slight chances of showers and thunderstorms as we have some disturbances pass through the area. Highs remain in the 80s to near 90 with lows in the 60s. Dewpoints will remain high as well, in the 60s.

Dave Anderson

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