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Isolated thunderstorms expected Sunday night to Monday morning

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Sunday night into Monday, there’s a chance of isolated thunderstorms.  The rain that could be produced with these storms won’t be much, likely less than .25”.

The threat of the storm won’t be as widespread as last weekend. Last weekend’s storms were leftovers from a tropical storm paired with high temperatures, which helped to destabilize the atmosphere.

Sunday into Monday, the storm threat is minor and the most significant activity is expected for high elevations.

Low clouds on the coast will be cleared off by the late morning in most areas and monsoonal moisture will make the weather feel muggy. The moisture is expected to stick around through the middle of the week, but temperatures look to be around normal for this time of year.

Coastal valleys will see temperatures in the high 80s, beaches in the high 70s, and the warmest inland areas in the mid 90s.

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