Sharp rainfall differences

09/26/2011 - 10/05/2011

Rainfall from our pesky upper level low pressure system in the eastern Corn Belt stayed pretty scattered and mostly light through Saturday, but really was on the increase yesterday, according to a Freese-Notis Weather, Inc report. The heaviest of the rains are now behind these regions, but off and on rains are going to be seen through Wednesday in the Corn Belt for much of the area to the east of Interstate 35, with northeastern parts of the region staying damp for Thursday and Friday.

 

It will be a sharp change to dry conditions to the west, where little or no rain is forecast west of Interstate 35 through Friday (just as that area was dry over the weekend as well).

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