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Sky Alert Weather Forecast
We're still dealing with off and on showers for the remainder of your Independence Day as that stationary front continues to linger.
The overcast skies along with any shower activity kept temperatures about 10 degree below normal for this time of the year. If you have any outdoor plans to see a firework show, bring an umbrella just to be safe. The chance of an isolated shower cannot be ruled out. Overnight lows will drop into the mid 60s by morning, and patchy fog is a possibility.
Another system is making its way to our area, which is expected to start moving through late tonight. It will continue to bring showers and thunderstorms throughout the day tomorrow. The cloudy and rainy skies will keep our temperatures down yet again, and we'll only top out in the mid 70s.
The work week looks to be a bit drier, with only a chance of an afternoon shower/thunderstorm on Monday and Tuesday. Higher rain chances arrive on Wednesday and Thursday, but temperatures will start to rise back to normal.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Sky Alert Meteorologist