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Tuesday, November 15, 2011


Mid-day forecast

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5 inches for OK Warming continues Thanksgiving Storm

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S Plains, Delta, OH VLY to stay wet

A Wet Ending For November

Two more southern track, hooking storms will bring further November drought relief to TX and OK, as well as reach the dry Delta and increasingly wet Ohio and Tennessee River Valleys, too.

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Farmers will be giving thanks for this weather set-up. A wet and wild Thanksgiving Storm will start in parched SW Texas and end up in increasingly wet Indiana on Thanksgiving. The GFS shows another 3-4 inches accumulating in Texas and Oklahoma.

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Four days later, another Mexican Storm crosses Texas and the S Plains with another 1-3 inches shown by the GFS.

Temperatures will continue far above normal over the South and East ahead of the Thanksgiving storm, running +8 to +12 above normal. Below normal will be seen over the N Plains. It takes sharp contrasts in temperatures to bring significant storminess. Saturday, temperatures in the N Plains and N Rockies will be 8 to 24 degrees F below normal and +4 to +20 degrees F above the norm. across the C and S Plains into the East,

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Two week totals show excessively heavy rains continuing across the S Plains, with 5 inches in OK and 2-4 inches in N TX, SE KS, MO, AR, S IL, KY, S OH and W TN (12Z GFS).

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