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Updated: 7/28/2013 7:13 pm
What a wonderful Sunday afternoon it has turned out to be; feeling more like spring than summer.  Tonight, the cooler temperatures dive even lower.  We will make it to 54 degrees due to high pressure.  We will have clear skies (great for star gazing), calm winds (light and variable), and cool, dry air out of the northwest. This combination will keep temperatures about ten degrees lower for your Monday, but we will make it at least to 80.  Sunshine and dry conditions prevail for the top of your work week.  The next rainmaker with T'Storm potential moves in for your Tuesday and lasts through Thursday morning.

Enjoy this fine evening,
ABC 36 Storm Team Meteorologist Stefanie Davis
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