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Weather Outlook:

Midwest February 2008

February is expected to turn colder than normal. Precipitation is expected to total below normal over the southern Plains and above normal over the northern Plains.

Variable cloudiness is expected for much of the first week of the forecast period beginning on Friday and on trough Wednesday, Feb. 1-6. Light to moderate snow totals are possible, especially over Minnesota. Temperatures are favored to turn colder.

A fair sky with little prospects for precipitation is favored from Thursday to Thursday, Feb. 7-14. Temperatures are expected to remain on the cold side.

A passing snow is favored for Nebraska and Iowa on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-16.

Sunny skies and warmer temperatures are favored for Sunday and Monday, Feb. 17-18.

Look for passing snows over Minnesota and Iowa on Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 19-20.

Prospects for precipitation look poor from Thursday to Wednesday, Feb. 21-27.

Clouds and precipitation are favored over the western portions of the Midwest on Thursday, Feb. 28 with region wide clouds and precipitation, most likely snow, on Friday, Feb. 29.




  

















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