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High pressure continues to remain stagnate over the region and, alongside it, is some lingering monsoonal moister that will support an active Monday. For this afternoon look for best chances of showers and thunderstorms to stay south of US-50 with conditions drying out the further north you are located in the region. Otherwise, look for a slightly cooler day with afternoon high temperatures in the 80s and low 90s.

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Afternoon showers and thunderstorms look to continue for those across the eastern half of the forecast region while those to the west look to stay dry.

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