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Midwest/Great Lakes U.S.

Long Range Weather Forecast for
Oct 1st, 2014 - Nov 30th, 2014

October 2014
1st-3rd. Cold rains across the Great Lakes.
4th-7th. Many showers, few thunderstorms Great Lakes south to Kentucky.
8th-11th. Rains move east of Great Lakes; clear, cooler weather moves in from West.
12th-15th. Generally fair weather prevails.
16th-19th. Humid, rather showery.
20th-23rd. Showers, then a mix of clouds, some breaks of sun.
24th-27th. Considerable cloudiness, areas of fog.
28th-31st. Generally dry in time for Halloween.

November 2014
1st-3rd. Increasing clouds.
4th-7th. Rain, then turning clear, frosty.
8th-11th. An intensifying storm moving east produces heavy dose of rain or wet snow. Frigidly cold air follows.
12th-15th. New storm brings heavy rain and/or wet snow. Clearing skies, very cold air.
16th-19th. A fast-moving storm reaching the Lakes region by the 19th provides a dose of heavy snow, colder temperatures.
20th-23rd. Rain, thunderstorms, especially Great Lakes.
24th-27th. Wet Thanksgiving holiday.
28th-30th. Few rain, wet snow showers. Colder.

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