NWS 6-10 Day: Cool Start to May

April 26, 2013 09:41 AM


The National Weather Service forecast for May 2 through 6 calls for below-normal temps across the Corn Belt and a mix of precip. The eastern half of Illinois to the East Coast is expected to see above-normal precip, while below-normal precip is expected across most of South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and western Iowa. Normal precip is expected in Minnesota, the rest of Iowa, Missouri and western Illinois.

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