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Monday, July 28 Overnight Forecast

A "canadian connection" will keep the area unusually cool through the week.
Comfortable July weather is back with the return of an unusually deep trough across the Eastern U.S.  Temperatures today were a full 10 degrees cooler than yesterday, and although warm, humidity was not an issue.  The deep trough has reestablished a "canadian connection" through the Ozarks.  This will keep a steady supply of comfortable air flowing into the region.

Tuesday should be nearly a carbon copy of today.  Morning lows in the 50s will warm into the low 80s for afternoon highs.

The only real chance at some wet weather would be Wednesday and Thursday.  Some upper level energy, currently located in the Southwest, will move around the ridge in the West before dropping down into the trough in the East.  As it moves through the region it will interact with a front located near the Gulf.  This will lead to an area of rain and some thunder setting up across Oklahoma and Arkansas.  A very dry air mass will be in place across the Ozarks, and this should limit how far north rain can get.  It currently looks like areas south of Neosho to Yellville line would be favored for some rain.  There will certainly be plenty of cloud cover though, and this will keep temperatures a bit cooler both Wednesday and Thursday.

Friday through Monday look dry.  Skies will be mostly sunny, and temperatures will remain comfortable, although there will be a gradual warming trend with highs in the mid to upper 80s by Monday.  Humidity levels look to stay low though.  The return of 90s for most will likely be slow with most areas staying below 90° through all of the first week of August.
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