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Weather Outlook:

Midwest Midwest March 2009

March is expected to experience above normal temperatures. Precipitation is expected to total near normal.

Mostly skies with scattered snows are favored on Sunday, March 1. Temperatures are expected to open on the cold side.

Fair skies are expected from Monday to Sunday, March 2-8. For the most part this period should be dry with scattered areas of precipitation. Temperatures are expected to warm.

Passing snows are favored for the northern plains from Monday to Wednesday, March 9-11. Precipitation totals should be light.

Fair skies are favored for Thursday and Friday, March 12-13.

Passing snows are expected for Saturday and Sunday, March 14-15 over the northern plains. Snow total should be light.

A mix of sun and clouds are favored from Monday to Thursday, March 16-19. Any precipitation will be scattered and light.

A more active weather pattern is expected from Friday to Wednesday, March 20-25. The central and southern plains are favored to receive greater precipitation totals.

Sunny skies are favored on Thursday, March 26.

An active end to the month is expected from Friday to Tuesday, March 26-31. Showers and perhaps thunder with a taste of a last winter snow is favored. Temperatures are expected to cool.




  

















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