NWS 6-10 Day: Improved Precip Chances for Eastern Corn Belt

July 24, 2012 10:03 AM
 

The National Weather Service forecast for July 30 to Aug. 3 calls for above-normal temps across all of the Corn Belt and Mid-South, with the greatest chances for above-normal temps centered over Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. Today's precip outlook is somewhat improved for the eastern Corn Belt as Wisconsin, the northeast corner of Iowa and Illinois, the upper half of Indiana, and Ohio are now included in a strip of above-normal rain chances over the 6 to 10-day period. This contrasts with the western Belt, which has normal to below-normal precip chances.

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 07 24 12 NWSTemp

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