We have a little unusual weather for July this week. An unusually strong upper level low in the Great Lakes will drive some cooler temperatures into the Big Country by mid-week. In advance of the cooler air, which will linger only for a couple days, we have some upper level disturbances diving from the northwest into the Big Country, outflow boundaries from storms to our north, and heat and moisture to give us rain opportunities Tuesday into Wednesday, before our best chance for rain Wednesday night and Thursday. Rain chance is 30 percent Tuesday and Wednesday, 50 percent Thursday then 20 percent Friday through the weekend.
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