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Plan on another nice one across eastern Iowa.  Highs should be 3-5 degrees warmer than yesterday, which will put many of us in the mid-80s.  Dew points should start to increase, bringing us the typical feel of July, but nothing extreme.  Quiet weather does continue through Saturday with highs primarily in the mid-80s.  The storm chances on Sunday and Monday are low, and mainly in the morning.  Overall, this is a drier pattern with trends of a big Great Lakes high pressure system developing next week.  This would continue the trend of near to below normal temperatures and mainly dry conditions as we roll into the first week of August.  Have a great day!

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