While Tuesday's temperatures were cool with temps in the upper 70s and lower 80s, there's a stronger push of cold air in the works for early next week.
Here's the set-up. Low pressure will strengthen north of the Great Lakes to supply the hit of unseasonably cool air. Depending on what model you look at, the timing varies by about a day, but there's better agreement for much cooler air next week. Some days will only be in the 60s.
We've had that type of cool air in KELOLAND already this month. July 1 saw plenty of 60s in eastern KELOLAND, but it doesn't happen often. Since 1990, we've only had 15 days in July with highs in the 60s. But five of those occurred in 1992, which helped keep the average high for the month that year at 74.5 degrees. That's ten degrees below the climate average; so far this month our average high is 82.