US Short Term Forecast thru Oct 7

...There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms over parts of the Upper Great Lakes/Western Ohio Valley and parts of the Middle Mississippi Valley...

...Heavy rain possible from parts of the Great Lakes/Ohio Valley into
Tennessee Valley...

...Heavy rain possible with the landfall of Tropical Storm Karen over
parts of the Central Gulf Coast...

...Snow over the Northern Plains will begin to wind down...

Tropical Storm Karen is forecast to move roughly northward to the
Central/Eastern Gulf Coast by Sunday evening. Showers and thunderstorms will accompany the storm over parts of the Central/Eastern Gulf Coast on Saturday and Sunday. See the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center for the most current information on the track and intensity of Karen.

The heavy snow associated with the strong storm over the Upper Midwest will wind down over the Northern Plains on Saturday morning with snow ending late on Saturday night.

The associated front will move from the Middle Mississippi Valley/Southern Plains eastward to the Great Lakes/Tennessee Valley/Central Gulf Coast by Sunday evening.

Showers and thunderstorms will develop along and ahead of the boundary from the Upper Great Lakes to the Southern Plains moving eastward to the Lower Great Lakes/Central Gulf Coast by Sunday evening. Moisture overrunning the front will produce light to moderate rain over parts of the Northern Plains with rain moving into the Upper Great Lakes through Sunday. Light to Moderate rain will develop over parts of Northern New England on Sunday evening.

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