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A large ridge of high pressure continues to hang on tight across the region.  Despite this, there are a few showers that may break through this morning, mainly in our western counties.  These should be short-lived and isolated.  In the wake of any isolated showers that do come in early today, the temperature should crank up well into the 80s.  Overall, this persistent pattern will continue through at least Saturday.  By Sunday, a cold front approaching northwest Iowa may be enough to generate rain over us by the late afternoon hours.  As the front itself comes through, that will be the best chance of rain, and that is mainly centered on Labor Day at this time.  Enjoy your Wednesday!

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