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Plan ahead: A look at what's in the forecast

The high-pressure system that provided the nice weekend will be heading out first thing on Monday, and southerly winds at the surface will start pumping in more humidity. That and a well-heated atmosphere will mean instability. See what's in store with Matt Ritter's forecast.

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