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Weather Outlook:

Midwest July 2008

July is expected to experience cooler than normal temperatures. Precipitation is favored to total below normal over the Dakotas, western Nebraska, Wisconsin, eastern Iowa and northern Illinois. Above normal totals are expected over much of Minnesota, western Iowa and eastern Nebraska.

Showers are favored to open the forecast period on Tuesday, July 1, over the western portions of the Midwest and work themselves east over the next few days to Sunday, July 6. Moderate precipitation totals are possible with temperatures cooling by July 6th.

Fair skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected from Monday to Wednesday, July 7-9.

Passing showers and thunderstorms are favored for Thursday and Friday, July 10-11. Locally heavy precipitation totals are possible.

Skies are expected to become less active with showers and thunderstorms more on the widely scattered to isolated scale from Saturday to Saturday, July 12-19. Expect temperatures to heat up.

Passing showers and thunderstorms are favored from Sunday to Tuesday, July 20-22. Locally heavy precipitation totals are possible.

Expect a period of fair skies with isolated showers and thunderstorms from Wednesday to Saturday, July 23-26.

Passing showers and thunderstorms are favored from Sunday to Thursday, July 24-31. Locally heavy precipitation totals are possible over Minnesota.




  

















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