July Showers Bring Cooler Weather

Cooler air following thunderstorms

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    Cooler air is in -- and just in time, after the record-breaking heatwave of the last week.

    It will be warm in the area, but Storm Team4 meteorologist Tom Kierein says the high will be at 88 degrees. That's a far cry from 11 days worth of temperatures topping 95 degrees.

    Showers are expected through the morning, but should dissipate by this afternoon.

    Enjoy!


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