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Weather Outlook:

Midwest June 2012

Precipitation is expected to total near normal. Temperatures are favored to average cooler near normal.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are favored on Friday, June 1. Light to locally moderate totals are possible.

Sunshine is expected on Saturday, June 2.

The weather pattern is expected to become very active from Sunday to Friday, June 3-8. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to dominate along with locally heavy rain totals. Temperatures to warm to help aid thunderstorm activity.

Cloudier, cooler but still wet weather is favored from Saturday to Friday, June 9-15. Yes, it will be a wet start to the first two weeks of June. Rainfall totals are expected to be moderate to locally heavy.

More sun than clouds with showers and thunderstorms becoming more wildly scattered Saturday to Wednesday, June 16-20. Temperatures should warm.

Showers and thunderstorms are favored for Thursday and Friday, June 21-22. Rainfall totals are expected to be moderate to locally heavy.

Enjoy a couple of days of sunshine on Saturday and Sunday, June 23-24.

Showers and thunderstorms are favored for Monday and Tuesday, June 25-26. Rainfall totals are expected to be moderate to locally heavy.

Expect a mix of sun, clouds with passing showers and thunderstorms from June 27-30. Light to moderate rain totals are likely with temperatures warming to more summer like conditions.




  















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