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August 2, 2015 Updated: 11:10 PM

Cooler and drier air continues to arrive from the northwest tonight, and by morning temperatures will be in the comfortable 50's, along with a clear sky.

Going into this first week of August we're in for quite a treat with comfortable weather returning. The upper level flow will mostly be from the northwest as a large upper trough remains anchored over Eastern Canada. This will keep any high heat and humidity well to the south. The end result will be mainly dry weather, along with pleasant temperatures.

Monday will be a mostly sunny and breezy day with some gusts up to 25 mph possible. Highs will be in the mid and upper 70's. Average highs this time of year remain in the lower 80's. Tuesday will also feature plenty of sunshine, and winds will be lighter, with similar temperatures. Some uncertainties arrive for the mic and late week as the upper level pattern may begin to change some. A few systems to our west will have to be watched to see how quickly they will move east. Right now it still looks mainly dry Wednesday and Thursday, with some rain as close as Minnesota. Again, we'll just have to watch and see how this may change over the next day or two. Temperatures will warm to near 80 during this time. By Friday we will at least have a small chance of showers and storms, with perhaps another opportunity by next Sunday.

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