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Weather Outlook:

Midwest May 2014

Precipitation activity is definitely on the uptick as we transition into our wet season. May precipitation is expected to remain healthy and total above normal.

Temperatures have been slow to warm and I think we'll continue this trend. For the month we'll average slightly cooler than normal.

Partly cloudy skies with scattered showers are favored to open the forecast period from Thursday to Saturday, May 1-3. Precipitation totals should be light with cooler temperatures.

Clouds, as well as precipitation, are expected to be on the increase from Sunday to Wednesday, May 4-7. Temperatures should warm with rainfall totals locally heavy.

Sunny skies are favored on Thursday and Friday, May 8-9.

Variable cloudiness with passing showers and thunderstorms are expected from Saturday to Tuesday, May 10-13. Light to moderate rainfall totals are expected.

Sunshine is expected to from Wednesday to Monday, May 14-19. Temperatures should warm to above normal.

A passing shower is favored on Tuesday, May 20.

More sun than clouds is expected from Wednesday to Saturday, May 21-24. Temperatures will be warmer than normal.

Showers and thunderstorms are favored on Sunday and Monday, May 25-26. Moderate to locally heavy rain totals are expected.

Variable cloudiness with passing showers and thunderstorms are favored from Tuesday to Saturday, May 27-31. Light to moderate rain totals are expected.






  















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