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Pattern Change: Not too wet, not too hot

DRIER WEATHER COMING:  We have seen some incredibly wet weather the past couple of weeks.  As of July 5th, we are close to 3 inches of rain in Huntsville and Muscle Shoals.  Through the upcoming work week, we'll have a slightly drier pattern.  We will still have a chance of rain for most of the next 7 days, but those chances are much lower and will come from afternoon showers and storms.

TEMPERATURES CLOSER TO AVERAGE:  Temps will start climb, but not too far.  Through the next 7 days, our highs will be in the lower 90's which is the average for this time of year.  We can expect more sunshine as well, and only see cloud cover with near by showers or storms.  Unlike the last warm up we had in June, this warm up will come with much muggier conditions.  Expect heat indices in the upper 90's and even 100's.  

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