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Long Term Outlook 11/28/2012

The rest of this week will remain mild and warm. The Midwest and the Central United States is being dominated by zonal flow keeping the temperatures fairly consistent and warmer than average. Next Monday and Tuesday, however, a Low pressure system begins to set up in the Northern Midwest which will bring a cold front and most likely some rain to our area. This cold front will bring temperatures back down to average or below average for the middle of next week. Temperatures behind the front are expected to fall well below freezing.

Below is an image of the precipitation and the associated front. Precipitation is expected to begin in our area late Monday night.


Today's Long range forecast provided by Jacob Banitt.



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