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  Wednesday, May 27, 2015


No major changes. A fairly active pattern will continue to provide showers and thunderstorms to avoid for outdoor activity across the region in the next 7-10 days. Temps do not look to do anything overly extreme.


Rains will finish up in the eastern Midwest today, with things fairly quiet elsewhere.

The next system will be spreading some scattered showers and thunderstorms into portions of the north and west tomorrow and then a cold front looks to bring fairly widespread rains to much of the region for Friday and into the east for Saturday.

Temps do not look to bounce around on either side of average for the next 2-3 days and then will fall to below average for the weekend, including some chances for frost across the Northwoods Sunday morning.


Next week sees some showers and thunderstorms possible for the second half of the week. Nothing too heavy or long lived, but enough to cause some issues with outdoor activity. The rains look to be mainly confined to areas to the north of a line from around Omaha to Milwaukee to Bay City.

Temps in this time frame look to warm to average early in the week and then perhaps above average by the end of the week.


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