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July 29, 2015 Updated: 12:30 PM

A lovely summer day in store with lower humidity, plenty of sunshine and highs in the 80s. But, hold on to your hats (ladies have the ponytail holder ready) it is going to be a very windy day!

A much more comfortable air mass moves in, as high pressure builds. Dew points will be much lower, in the 50s, making for some relief from the very sticky conditions we've seen in the past couple of days. Temperatures in late July are normally in the low to mid 80s and that is exactly what to expect for the afternoon. Winds from the west will be blowing at 15-20 miles per hour with gusts up to 25 miles per hour possible.

Tonight will be clear and seasonably cool, in the low 60s with winds closer to 7-15 mph.

The nice weather will carry through the last few days of the month, and even into the start of the weekend. Both Thursday and Friday will be quiet days with plenty of sunshine and highs expected to reach into the mid 80s. A few extra clouds may be around on Friday with the approach of a very weak cold front. Dew points will remain below 60 through this time frame, which means it will feel pleasant and not too sticky for any outside chores or activities.

That will change some going into the weekend as the next front begins to move this way from the west. Saturday should be another dry and warm day in the region. Temperatures will again top out in the 80s, but scattered clouds will move in through the evening and the first chance of a few showers and storms comes at night. The chance will remain through Sunday and possibly into Monday, but much of the time currently looks dry. Temperatures will cool slightly into early next week as the next system moves away.

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