Relief from muggy air on the way

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Finally! A northerly wind is starting to blow. This will squash the hot and humid weather we've been seeing, pushing it to the southern United States.

Read More: Deadly heat wave scorches central and eastern U.S. 

While we will have noticeably less humidity, it won't feel like Fall. that's because we have very healthy agriculture this Summer. Those corn and soybean fields are putting off quite a bit of moisture these days. It's not until we head into the latter part of August that will get some cooler nights in the 50s.

Our next heat wave could be in the works for next week, possibly in the days 8-12 range. Click here for the 14 Day Outlook.

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-Meteorologist Eric Sorensen

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