(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Lisa Michaels is tracking rain showers moving through an area to our north.
The storms will clip our northwest counties and be on the radar for the entire morning.
The rain showers will weaken all morning long. When the front moves through, the rest of the day will be cool and dry.
The rest of the week will continue to feel more fall-like with high temperatures in the 70s. There will also be less humidity than the last few weeks and clouds will be off-and-on.
Early next week, more summer-like conditions will return to the Heartland.
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