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Planes, more active pattern at the tip of the corn belt

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Planes, more active pattern at the tip of the corn belt

A fairly unstable pattern will be established throughout the Americas over the next five days, and precipitation periods will be reported in many areas. However, most dry weather persists in some areas, including the Southern Plains. For the weekend, a pair of more cohesive storm systems will begin to affect the country. The first storm is formed in the western and central parts of the United States and then moves east, while the second storm approaches the northern Pacific coast.

As a result, five-day rainfall can reach more than one to three inches from the Mississippi Delta to the Ohio Valley, while total precipitation can increase significantly in the Pacific Northwest. The first storm should also start in the Sierra Nevada Mountains by Thursday and potentially cause heavy snow streaks that spread northeastward to the upper Midwest and the upper Great Lakes region on Friday.

Despite the increasing storms, many countries will continue to experience temperatures near or above normal.



Planes, more active pattern at the tip of the corn belt

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