Weather US Short Range Outlook Through Sep 24

A Front Over The Great Lakes Will Move Eastward To The Northeast
Coast By Late Wednesday Evening ... Then Move Off Out Over The
Western Atlantic On Thursday. The Boundary Will Trigger Showers
And Thunderstorms From The Lower Great Lakes To The Middle
Mississippi Valley Moving To The Northeast/Northern Mid-Atlantic
By Evening.

A Storm Building Over The Northern High Plains Will Move Eastward
To The Upper Mississippi Valley By Thursday. On Wednesday The
System Will Produce Scattered Rain Over Portions Of The Northern
Plains And Showers And Thunderstorms Over Portions Of The Middle
Missouri Valley Into The Upper Mississippi Valley.

By Thursday Moisture Rich Air Will Encounter The Storm Producing Light To Moderate Rain Over Parts Of The Upper Midwest Near The U.
S./Canadian Border With Showers And Thunderstorms With Embedded
Heavier Downpours From The Great Lakes To The Middle Missouri
Valley And Southward To The Central Plains On Thursday.
Additionally ... Southerly Flow Ahead Of The System Will Bring 10
To 15 Degrees Above Average Temperatures From The Tennessee Valley To Parts Of New England.

Meanwhile ... Tropical Moisture Will Move Northward Out Of The
Gulf Of California Into The Southwest And The Southern/Central
Rockies Producing Showers And Thunderstorms On Wednesday Into
Thursday Morning. The Showers And Thunderstorms Will Move Into
The Southern High Plains By Thursday Evening. In Addition ...
Easterly Flow Off The Gulf Of Mexico And The Atlantic Will Produce
Convection Over Parts Of Southern Texas And The Southern Tip Of

Over The Northwest ... A Pacific Front Will Push Onshore On
Thursday ... Reforming Over The Northern Rockies By Thursday
Evening. The System Will Produce Scattered Light Rain Over Parts
Of The Pacific Northwest Coast Starting Early Thursday.


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