A generally quiet week

With a few chances for spotty rain showers

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The stalled out frontal boundary which helped give us rain showers and thunderstorms during the Fourth of July has moved a bit further to the south. Expect generally quiet conditions today, though partly to mostly cloudy skies will be around.

Mostly cloudy skies will continue to be the main theme in our region on Tuesday night and into the day Wednesday.

However, a quick moving system will try to pass through the area sometime late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, and this may allow for a rain shower or two to move through the region. Afterwards, an area of high pressure will try to take control over our region by the second half of Thursday, allowing for partly cloudy skies during the day, and possibly mostly clear skies for Thursday night.

In the meantime, temperatures will vary a bit this week, with highs staying around 70 for Tuesday and Wednesday, and then into the upper-70s for Thursday before returning back towards 70 by Friday and possibly into Saturday.

Another system may approach our region towards the end of the weekend, and this may allow for highs around 80 on Sunday, but that will come with a chance for rain showers and thunderstorms.

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