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Tuesday, July 1 Overnight Forecast

Near perfect conditions for July on the way.
One front through and another on the way.  The first front interacted with a disturbance to generate an area of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon just east of Hwy. 65.  A few of these storms were severe with damaging winds reported across the Bootheel of Missouri.  This first front also began the process of clearing out the muggy air mass that has resided over the area the last several days.

A second front will move through tonight.  A few isolated showers will be possible until the front moves through, mainly across areas south of Hwy. 60.  Much drier air will move in behind this front, leading to clearing skies and much cooler temperatures.  Temperatures by morning will range from near 60° north to the mid 60s south.

Tomorrow morning will mark the beginning of a beautiful stretch of weather for July.  It will be a rare stretch of weather for this time of the year with lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s.  Nearly ideal conditions are expected on the 4th.  Morning temperatures will be in the upper 50s, warming into the low 80s for afternoon highs.  Humidity levels will remain very unlike summer.  Great viewing conditions are expected for Friday night's firework displays.  Skies will be mostly clear and temperatures will be very comfortable.

Weather more typical of summer will gradually work back in over the weekend.  Temperatures will warm back into the mid to upper 80s and humidity levels will increase as well.  A chance for a few showers and thunderstorms can be expected on Sunday.  A few showers and thunderstorms and seasonably hot weather will stick around into next week.
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