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9/5/12 Long-Term

Forecast updated 1:00pm EDT - 9/5/12

A cold front approaching from the north west will most likely come through late Friday night into early Saturday morning. Models are showing a rather deep trough approaching from Canada that could bring cooler temperatures and precipitation for much of Indiana. Temperatures should range in the lower 70s for highs and  comfortable and humidity values should also decrease as we head in to the first part of next week.

Notice a substantial ridge building out west and could possibly bring a warm up in temperatures by later next week.

The below map shows total precipitation values through early morning on Saturday 9/8/12. As much as 0.75 inches of rainfall could result by 8:00 A.M. Saturday morning.



today's long-range forecast graphic was produced by Austin Pearson

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