We generally don’t have this many cloudy days in a row during the summer as we have the past few days with the exception of the winter months. We have still seen warm temperatures and high dew-points which is more the norm – we generally won’t see cooler air until later in August when we see the daylight start to wane and the sunset is around 8:30.
A strong cold front will be moving through at the end of the week – the latest GFS shows temperatures in the low to mid 70s with night time lows in the 50s – a very comfortable dry airmass will be in place. As for today the low pressure system which has been plaguing us since last Friday will finally begin to move out though we may see a few showers east of 131.
The feature image is the GFS guess for temperatures through the end of the month.
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