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Weather Outlook:

Midwest May 2009

May is expected to experience colder than normal temperatures. Precipitation is expected to total wetter than normal over much of the Midwest. It could be a wet and wild month.

Sunny skies are favored for Friday and Saturday, May 1-2. Enjoy.

Clouds are expected to be on the increase with passing showers and thunderstorms from Sunday to Tuesday, May 3-5. Moderate to locally heavy rain totals are possible with cooler temperatures.

Showers and thunderstorms are favored for Wednesday and Thursday, May 6-7. Locally heavy rainfall totals are possible with warmer temperatures.

Fair skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to linger for an extended period from Friday to Thursday, May 8-14. Rainfall totals for the most part should be light with cooler temperatures.

Sunnier skies with isolated showers are favored for Friday and Saturday, May 15-16.

Look for showers and thunderstorms for the Norhtern Midwestern states from Sunday to Wednesday, May 17-20. Locally heavy rainfall totals are likely.

Showers and thunderstorms are favored over much of the Midwest from Thursday to Tuesday, May 21- 27. Locally heavy rain totals are possible with cooler temperatures.

Shower and thunderstorm activity is expected to dominate the last four days of the month, Thursday to Sunday, May 28-31. Locally heavy rain totals are favored over the Dakotas and Nebraska.






  

















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