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There will be *some* chances for rain over the next week, but the chance for significant rain is slim. Monday will be another dry day with high pressure in place:

Temperatures will be running slightly below normal:

Humidity will be low and it will be comfortable for July standards:

Tuesday will be mostly dry during the day with temperatures running below normal once again:

There will be the chance for some light showers in spots Tuesday evening:

The rest of the week will be mostly dry due to northwesterly flow setting up in the upper levels of the atmosphere:

This has been an issue for most of the summer as this pattern cuts us off from our moisture sources. You can see little to no precipitation is expected over the next seven days... some scary agreement between the European:

And GFS models:

Not great news for the ongoing drought...

Rebecca Kopelman


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