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Multiple storm systems will move through the Midwest over the course of the week. Some storms may produce severe weather, but it will be a matter of timing and location (as always).

After a cold and frosty morning, Monday will be dry and mild. Clouds will build in late in the day but temperatures will climb above normal:

Showers will move in overnight and into Tuesday morning:

There's some differences in the track of the storm and how long rain lingers into Tuesday afternoon. If rain clears out in the morning, temperatures may be able to rebound into the 60s. If rain lingers, temperatures may be held in the 50s.

Wednesday will be sunny and cooler in the wake of the Tuesday front.

Thursday will be sunny and dry with temperatures near normal, in the 60s. Storm chances increase Friday and there's the potential for severe weather somewhere in the Midwest:

This outlook will be narrowed down as timing and location gets sorted out. Another storm may approach the Midwest come next Sunday/Monday and will need to be watched for severe potential as well:

We'll break it down day by day!

Rebecca Kopelman


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