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Weather Outlook:

Midwest April 2012

Precipitation is expected to total wetter than normal. Temperatures are favored to average warmer than normal.

Prospects are good for passing showers for Sunday and Monday, April 1-2.

Sunny skies are favored for Tuesday and Wednesday, April 3-4.

Precipitation prospects are expected to increase from Thursday to Saturday, April 5-7. Moderate to locally heavy totals are possible.

Sun is favored from Sunday to Tuesday, April 8-10.

I know it might be late in the season, but if enough cold air can make its way south, we could experience a mix of snow and rain around Wednesday or Thursday, April 11-12. Don't panic, it's April and it will melt away quickly.

Look for an extended period of sunshine with scattered showers from Friday to Tuesday, April 13-17.

Passing showers and thunderstorms are favored around Wednesday and Thursday, April 18-19. Moderate to locally heavy precipitation totals are possible.

Sunshine is expected on Friday and Saturday, April 20-21.

Prospects for steady rains are good from Sunday to Thursday, April 22-26. Moderate to locally heavy precipitation totals are likely.

We'll see more in the way of sunshine from Friday to Monday, April 27-30. Precipitation activity should be limited to scattered passing showers and thunderstorms. Totals should be on the light side.




  















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