EVENING WEATHER UPDATE - 5:00 PM CDT Wednesday, May 27, 2015











MIDWEST U.S. - Today (May 27), there were showers/storms in eastern IL, IN, southern MI, and western OH. Many rainfall totals were .1-1+ inches, with some areas in south-central IL, southern IN, and southwestern OH away from the OH River escaping rainfall. Highs were mainly in the 70's to mid 80's. Flood warnings persist in northwestern MO for the Grand River until Friday morning and for the Missouri River until Sunday in some locations. For rainfall, the 12Z ECMWF-EPS was slightly drier east and central and slightly wetter west for the 1-5 day period, was slightly drier west and slightly wetter far southeast for the 6-10 period, and was slightly drier far west for the 11-15 day period. For temperatures, the 12Z ECMWF-EPS was mostly unchanged for the 1-5 day period, was mostly unchanged for the 6-10 day period, and was mostly unchanged for the 11-15 day period.

1-5 day outlook(May 28-June 1) Temperatures will be above normal east to below normal west. Rainfall will be mostly above normal, except closer to normal southwest and far northwest. Showers/storms will move out of eastern areas by early Thursday morning. More showers/storms will move into western areas Thursday and far southern areas late Thursday, in all but far eastern areas Friday, in southern/central/eastern areas Saturday, and out of southeastern areas Sunday. Most areas will remain dry Monday, with a chance of showers in northwestern and southeastern areas. 5 day rainfall totals will be mainly .5-1.5+ inches, with the highest amounts west to north-central and southeast. The best fieldwork opportunities will be in central and eastern areas Thursday, in far eastern areas Friday, in western areas Saturday, in all but southeastern areas Sunday, and in most areas Monday. Highs will reach mainly the 70's and 80's Thursday, 60's to 80's Friday, 50's to low 80's Saturday, and upper 50's to low 70's Sunday, and 60's and 70's Monday.

6-10 day outlook(June 2-6) Temperatures will be above normal. Rainfall will be above normal northwest and near to below normal elsewhere.

11-15 day outlook(June 7-11) Temperatures will be above normal east and near to above normal west. Rainfall will be mostly near normal, except near to above normal far east.





PLAINS WEATHER - Today, scattered showers/storms affected the Plains, with far eastern areas mainly avoiding rainfall. There were scattered rainfall totals of .1-.5+ inches of rain. Highs mainly reached the 60's to mid 80's in the Northern Plains and the 70's and 80's in the Southern Plains. Flood warnings persist in eastern OK, with flash flood watches for much of central OK, far south-central KS, and far north-central TX near the Red River. For rainfall, the 12Z ECMWF-EPS was slightly drier south and slightly wetter south-central for the 1-5 day period, was slightly wetter northwest and slightly drier north-central for the 6-10 day period, and was slightly drier central to southwest for the 11-15 day period. For temperatures, the 12Z ECMWF-EPS was mostly unchanged for the 1-5 day period, was slightly warmer central to north and slightly warmer far southwest for the 6-10 day period, and was slightly warmer west-central and slightly cooler far northeast for the 11-15 day period.

1-5 day outlook Temperatures will be mainly below normal, except closer to normal far northwest. Rainfall will be mostly above normal, except closer to normal far north. Scattered showers/storms will persist in many areas tonight, Thursday, and Thursday night. Friday and Friday night, showers/storms will affect all but far northern areas. Showers/storms will mainly affect the Southern Plains Saturday and the far Southeastern Plains Sunday. Also, scattered showers are possible in the Northern Plains Sunday and in northern, far western, and southeastern areas Monday. There will be .5-2+ inches of rain in central and southern areas, with .25-1 inches in northern areas. Most areas will be wet through Friday night and see 1-3 days of fieldwork. Flooding will likely persist in similar areas in eastern and central OK/TX/KS. Highs Thursday will be in the upper 60's to near 80 in the Northern Plains and the 70's and 80's in the Southern Plains. Highs Friday will be in the 50's to low 70's in the Northern Plains and the 70's and 80's in the Southern Plains. Highs Saturday will be in the 50's to low 70's in the Northern Plains and the 60's to low 80's in the Southern Plains. Highs Sunday will be in the 60's and 70's in the Northern Plains and the upper 60's to near 80 in the Southern Plains. Highs Monday will be mainly in the 70's and 80's.

6-10 day outlook Temperatures will be mostly above normal, except below normal far south. Rainfall will be below normal south and near to above normal north.

11-15 day outlook Temperatures will be mostly above normal north to far east and below normal west to far south. Rainfall will be near to above normal north and near to below normal south.

Matthew Christy / Meteorologist






                                                           

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Days are getting shorter 06/24/2013 @ 7:50am The heat has been good for the crops this past week and I was hoping it would continue for a while. Your projected cool down and the days getting shorter concerns me. A lot of late planted beans. A frost in the first half of September would be very bad. Nice rain last night west of Des Moines. Wind

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