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Weather Outlook:

Midwest SEPTEMBER 2011

Temperatures are favored to average warmer than normal. Precipitation is expected to total drier than normal.

Fair skies are expected to dominate the opening days of the month, Thursday to Monday, September 1-5. Showers should stay just to our south spreading high clouds over much of southeast Iowa.

Precipitation prospects increase slightly from Tuesday to Saturday, September 6-10 with scattered showers or thunderstorms at best. Precipitation totals should be on the light side.

Fair skies and dry weather is favored from Sunday to Friday, September 11-16. Temperatures should average warmer than normal.

Clouds are expected to be on the increase with slight chance of showers and thunderstorms from Saturday to Tuesday, September 17-20.

Passing showers and thunderstorms are favored on Wednesday, September 21. Moderate to locally heavy rain totals are possible.

Fair skies are favored on Thursday and Friday, September 22-23.

Showers and thunderstorms are likely on Saturday and Sunday, September 24-25. Moderate to locally heavy precipitation totals are possible.

Fair skies and dry weather is expected from Monday to Thursday, September 26-29.

Showers and thunderstorms are favored on Friday, September 30.




  















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