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Forecast: Possible record low Monday night

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Temperatures will remain below normal through the work week.

Temperatures will drop off to a possible record overnight.  The record low temperature for July 29 is 50 degrees (1968).

On Tuesday, some morning sunshine will give way to increasing clouds for the afternoon.  A few scattered showers are likely.  Highs will reach the mid 70s.

Wednesday through Friday should be dry with seasonable temperatures.

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