KLST Fri. 07/25/14 Noon Weather

By Jeremy Linder

Published 07/25 2014 12:35PM

Updated 07/25 2014 12:41PM

A little cooler this morning, then we've seen the last few weeks, but don't let the mild start fool you.  High pressure is still the dominate feature keeping us very warm. High temperatures today teetering at the triple digit mark with sunny skies and light south winds. Those winds will stick around for the overnight hours dropping back to the mid 70's with mostly clear skies. For the weekend, highs will once again juggle back and forth between 99 and 100. Winds will start to pick up as low pressure moves east across the great lakes and sending a cold front through our area. Ahead of the front will most likely be our hottest temperatures around 102 Monday before slowly dropping back into the upper 90's by Tuesday. From there we'll watch for possible storms activity and cooler weather, gradually dropping into the lower 90's by next Thursday.

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