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Forecast: Expect lots of rain, heat, humidity this week

Get ready for wet mornings and afternoons in this week's weather forecast.

Thanks to an on-shore wind, we'll have high humidity and showers in the afternoon and, more unusually, in the morning as well, Bay News 9 Meteorologist Juli Marquez said.

We'll also be jammed between a front to the north and an area of low pressure to the south.

"Being in between that, we will have some scattered showers and thunderstorms each day," Marquez said.

Monday has the week's highest rain chance at 50 percent, while Tuesday and Thursday have the week's lowest at 30 percent.

The on-shore wind will also bring high humidity and temperatures will feel fairly oppressive, Marquez said. Lows will barely dip into the 70s overnight. Highs will reach the low 90s.

Forecast: Expect lots of rain, heat, humidity this week 08/11/14 [Last modified: Monday, August 11, 2014 7:06am]
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