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Forecast Discussion 7/8/19 AM: Few showers early with Sunshine Monday

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AVERAGE HIGH FOR JULY 8TH: 82°

AVERAGE LOW FOR JULY 8TH: 57°

MONDAY SUNRISE: 5:39 AM

MONDAY SUNSET: 8:45 PM

Happy Monday Twin Tiers! We track improving conditions through the day today as a very weak area of low pressure scoots off to our south and east. This will bring a slight risk for a few showers through late morning, mainly for portions of the Northern Tier. Clouds will decrease through the day giving way to Mostly Sunny skies later this afternoon as high pressure builds in. Temperatures today will be right near average in the low 80s. Dew points will be on the more comfortable side, only topping off close to 60 degrees.

Tonight we stay dry with mostly clear skies and temperatures falling into the low 50s, a comfortable and dry night, perfect to shut that air conditioning off and open the windows! Patchy fog may develop late and linger into very early Tuesday morning. Tuesday we track mostly sunny skies with highs reaching into the mid-80s along with low humidity. Once we head into Wednesday we track sunshine to start with clouds increasing into the afternoon as our next weather-maker makes its treck towards the Twin Tiers for Thursday. Temperatures on Wednesday cloud flirt with 90 degrees once again for some areas.

Friday the shower risk looks to remain but not as prominent with partly sunny skies. Temperatures Friday will be near 80 degrees with high-pressure building in for the weekend. This will keep us dry and sunny for Saturday before showers roll in late Sunday.

MONDAY: FEW SHOWERS NORTHER TIER. DECREASING CLOUDS.
HIGH: 81 LOW: 52

TUESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY, DRY.
HIGH: 85 LOW: 56

WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY, AFTERNOON CLOUDS.
HIGH: 88 LOW: 65

THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE SHOWERS & T-STORMS.
HIGH: 83 LOW: 63

FRIDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE SHOWER.
HIGH: 80 LOW: 57

SATURDAY: SUNSHINE RETURNS!
HIGH: 84 LOW: 60

SUNDAY: PARTY CLOUDY, CHANCE PM SHOWERS.
HIGH: 85 LOW: 61

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