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Cool and dry for much of the Central Plains and Rockies. Showers over the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley.

Unsettled weather conditions are likely across portions of the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, with scattered to numerous showers. Expect cool and mostly dry conditions across much of the central U.S. and extending westward towards the Rocky Mountains. A few showers will be possible over the Pacific Northwest. Showers will also be possible over mountainous areas of Arizona and New Mexico. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Sep. 28, 2016 at 7:11:29 am CDT

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There will be very low chances for showers over the weekend in far northwest Oklahoma, but the next really significant chance for showers/thunderstorms will come on Tuesday, mainly in the evening and overnight. Details are not yet clear (it's still six days away!), but the storm system looks like it will be relatively strong.
The rest of the week will be mild and dry. There will be a slight chance of showers in far northwest Oklahoma Saturday night. Rain and storm chances will increase by Tuesday.

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