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Weather Outlook:

Midwest June 2008

June is expected to experience below normal temperatures. Precipitation is expected to total below normal with isolated pockets of above, maybe parts of southern Minnesota.

Fair skies with scattered showers are favored to open the month from Sunday to Tuesday, June 1-3.

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to move over the Midwest from Wednesday to Friday, June 4-6. Light to moderate rainfall totals are expected.

Isolated showers are favored on Saturday, June 7 with widespread showers and thunderstorms from Sunday to Tuesday, June 8-10. Locally heavy rainfall totals are expected.

Fair skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected from Wednesday to Friday, June 11-13. Rainfall totals should be light.

Prospects are good for showers and thunderstorms from Saturday to Tuesday, June 14-17. Locally heavy rainfall totals are expected. Temperatures are expected to cool.

Fair skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms are favored the northern regions of the Midwest from Wednesday to Saturday, June 18-21. Temperatures are expected to warm.

Prospects are good for showers and thunderstorms from Sunday to Tuesday, June 22-24. Locally heavy rainfall totals are expected.

Fair skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms are favored from Wednesday to Monday, June 25-30. Temperatures are expected to warm.




  

















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