The Next Substantial Storm System

November 7th, 2012 at 12:50 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

TURNING WINDY & WARM……….

Now on to the next system…………a strong Plains system & cold front will bring a severe weather event/outbreak late weekend-Monday to our west.  It will be warm, windy & spring-like ahead of this system with 62, 67 & 68 Friday, Saturday & Sunday, respectively.

HEAVY RAINFALL WITH SYSTEM TO OUR WEST………..A SOAKING RAIN HERE……….

Training & consolidation of the storms may dump 3-5″ of rainfall Iowa & Missouri to western Illinois .  1-3″ of rainfall is possible in Kansas & Arkansas & over most of Illinois to Wisconsin.  As for us, on-average, around 1″ of rain is possible.

SEVERE THREAT LINING UP TO OUR WEST LATE IN THE WEEKEND TO EARLY MONDAY………..

Severe threat may get as far east as Illinois, but we will watch it.  Current timing of rain/storms & cold frontal passage is Monday morning with 61 degrees early, then a temperature fall in the afternoon.

COOLER EARLY NEXT WEEK, BUT OVERALL WARMER-THAN-NORMAL PATTERN TO NOVEMBER 20………..

It looks cooler with highs in the middle 40s Tuesday.  However, the trend is for warmer-than-normal pattern to November 20 (normal high/low mid to upper 40s/mid to upper 20s)

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