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Weather Outlook:

Midwest September 2008

September is expected to experience near normal temperatures. Precipitation is expected to total above normal over most of the Midwest with lesser totals for north central North Dakota and southeastern Iowa.

I'm expecting an active opening to the month with a mix of sun, clouds and passing showers from Monday to Saturday, Sept. 1-6. Moderate to locally heavy rain totals are favored.

Fair skies with isolated showers are expected for Sunday and Monday, Sept. 7-8.

Scattered showers are favored over most of Nebraska and Iowa with generally fair skies over much of the Midwest on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 9-10.

Sunny and dry weather is expected for Thursday and Friday, Sept. 11-12.

Increasing clouds and showers are favored for the weekend of Sept. 13-14. Precipitation totals should be light to moderate.

Prospects are good for showers from Monday to Wednesday, Sept. 14-17. Locally heavy rain totals are likely.

Cooler temperatures with fair skies are favored for Thursday and Friday, Sept. 18-19.

Prospects are good once again for significant shower activity from Saturday to Tuesday, Sept. 20-23. Locally heavy rain totals are likely with temperatures cooling.

A spell of fine weather, drier, is favored from Wednesday to Monday, Sept. 24-29. Temperatures should warm.

A mix of clouds and sun with scattered showers are expected on Tuesday, Sept. 30.




  

















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