Friday, June 30, 2006

Holiday Weekend Weather

There is the potential for some storminess over the 4th of July holiday weekend. A series of low pressure systems and fronts will move through the region, and each will bring a chance for storms. The first round of storms could move through Saturday morning. Storms have already developed over the Dakotas and western Minnesota, and they could form a broken line that might move through tomorrow. A front will move through the region during the day tomorrow, bringing another chance for storms later in the day. The front will be near the area Sunday as well, and could be the focus for more storms then. Storm chances will linger into Monday, before finally moving out just in time for Independence Day. There is at least a slight weather with any of these storms, but at this time it does not appear that there will be any widespread outlooks. Furthermore, the overall coverage of the storms is not expected to be widespread either, so it will not rain the entire weekend. Instead, there will be periodic chances for rain, with not all areas getting wet.


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