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Precipitation: Mainly dry weather has been in place for the last couple of weeks, but that does look like it will change to a somewhat wetter pattern overall as we head into the 2nd half of July and first week of August.
The most notable above average precipitation periods suggested by the ensemble guidance centers around the last week of July and first week of August.