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Weather: Pattern shift will mean rainy mornings

A weather pattern shift will mean the return of morning showers this week.

Monday will look much like last week, with afternoon thunderstorms and highs near 90 degrees. But by Wednesday, that trend will shift.

"We're actually going to have a little bit of a weather pattern change," Bay News 9 Meteorologist Josh Linker said.

Beginning Wednesday, the wind will shift from east to west, blowing in morning storms and moving inland. The humidity will tick up as well, Linker said.

Though high temperatures will be relatively cool for this time of year, in the high 80's, low temperatures will be higher thanks to the increased humidity. Overnight lows will stay between 78 and 77 degrees throughout the week.

"It'll just average out to average," Linker said.

Weather: Pattern shift will mean rainy mornings 07/14/14 [Last modified: Monday, July 14, 2014 6:44am]
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