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July 27, 2015 Updated: 9:20 PM

Warm and muggy conditions will remain tonight, with a light southeast flow. High pressure will continue to slowly drift away to the east, as the next front across the Plains moves our way. The overnight will be partly cloudy with lows near 70.

Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms are likely on Tuesday, as a warm front brings some activity our way in the morning. The storms may be in a weakening mode as they arrive, but heavy rainfall is possible. The main severe threat would hold off until the later afternoon and evening as an associated cold front arrives. The big question will be how quickly does this move east, and will there be enough time for redevelopment of storms before this happens. Right now the highest chances appear to be in our southern counties, but just be aware storms will be possible through at least the early evening hours. Any that form could produce large hail and strong winds. Highs will be in the 80's, along with moderate to high humidity.

Once the front passes it will turn much more pleasant into Wednesday. High pressure will be arriving from the northwest, allowing for a mostly sunny sky and highs in the lower 80's. Humidity levels will be dropping off, thanks to dew points that should be gradually dropping back into the 50's.

The weather will remain quiet through the end of the week, and final days of the month. Thursday will feature plenty of sunshine, while a few clouds may be around on Friday. Temperatures will warm again back into the mid 80's, and by Friday it will likely become a bit more humid again. Into the weekend scattered storm chances will return, but at this point it's too early to say how significant any of this rain may be. For now, keep the weekend plans going as much of the time looks dry, but the first weekend of August also looks quite warm.

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