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Did you get a chance to see some meteors last night? If you did, you were likely a bit chilly! Some locations made it down into the upper 40s early this morning! It will be another refreshing afternoon with highs making it into the upper 70s under mostly sunny skies.

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If you have plans outdoors this evening, expect temperatures to fall quickly once again down into the lower 60s by 11 p.m. under clear skies.

The great weather looks to extend through *most* of your holiday weekend. Highs will near 80 degrees on Sunday with plenty of sunshine once again. Increasing heat and humidity may bring a pop up storm Monday evening though. Highs will head for the middle 80s and you will notice just a bit more humidity in the air. Any morning or early afternoon services on Memorial Day are looking at dry weather.

A weak boundary will stall out near the Ohio Valley for the middle of next week. We will remain on the warmer side of it through at least Thursday meaning it will be quite warm and muggy. Daily chances for scattered thunderstorms will develop starting Tuesday and lasting through at least Thursday. At this point it looks like the highest coverage of storms will be Tuesday and Wednesday. Have a great weekend and don’t forget to take time to remember what it is truly about.

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