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A cold front is in the process of moving through eastern Iowa early this morning.  Plan on temperatures to remain mild, but the big story will be the drop in dew point.  That's a good thing!  It'll feel much nicer today as dew points drop down to the lower 60s and highs warm to the 80-85 range.  The muggy air will be back later tomorrow into Friday, but it shouldn't be anything too extreme.  Our weather should also remain dry through Saturday.  By Saturday night into Sunday morning, another storm complex is possible.  There is no sign of any big heat wave going into August, and our temperatures should remain at or slightly below seasonal normals going into next week.  Enjoy your day!

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Dew point detector

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