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Weather Outlook:

Midwest JUNE 2011

Temperatures are favored to average slightly cooler than normal. Precipitation is expected to total above normal. The first half the month the weather 2 or 3 days of rain or sun

Showers and thunderstorms are favored to open the forecast period on Wednesday and Thursday, June 1-2. Locally heavy rainfall totals are possible.

Scattered showers are expected to linger on Friday and Saturday, June 3-4. Rainfall totals should be lighter with cooler temperatures.

Sunny skies are favored for Sunday, June 5.

Clouds are expected to thicken bringing showers and thunderstorm over the region on Monday and Tuesday, June 6-7. Locally heavy rainfall totals are possible.

Shower activity is favored to taper off becoming more scattered for an extended period of time from Wednesday to Tuesday, June 8-14. We might enjoy one good day of showers but otherwise shower activity should be more scattered with light totals. Temperatures should be seasonable.

A prolong period of shower and thunderstorm activity is expected from Wednesday to Thursday, June 15-23. I suspect 2 or 3 days of heavy rainfall are possible as we head into more summertime type thunderstorms.

Precipitation prospects diminish with scattered showers at best from Friday to Monday, June 24-27. Rainfall totals should be light with temperatures warming.

Sunny skies are expected to close out the month from Tuesday to Thursday, June 28-30.




  















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