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Monday Night Forecast

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Not much has changed since earlier this evening.

After a few strong and severe storms last night, quieter weather will emerge for Tuesday, with less humidity, more sunshine and cooler temperatures.

A few thin, fair-weather clouds on tap for Tuesday, with afternoon temperatures topping out around 80 degrees.

We’ll keep the forecast mostly free and clear of any issues for the next few days, with temperatures continuing to run a few degrees under average for highs, and lows down into the upper 50s and lower 60s for the final days of July.

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