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Scattered showers across the Corn Belt
- Yesterday's broad area of widespread precipitation continues to the north across the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes region.
- This precipitation should transition more and more into freezing rain or snow as it moves closer to Canada.
- Meanwhile, several areas of low pressure are developing across the Great Plains.
- These surface lows will trigger scattered showers across the western half of the Corn Belt today; rain in the east, snow in the west.
- Above normal temperatures continue today.
Precipitation in the north and south this weekend
- The various areas of low pressure in the Great Plains will congeal into one larger area of low pressure.
- This large area of low pressure will produce scattered rain and snow showers across parts of the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest on both Saturday and Sunday.
- At the same time, a new and much stronger area of low pressure will move from Colorado into the Southern Plains. This low will track east into the Lower Mississippi Valley on Saturday, and then northern into the Appalachians on Sunday.
- As a result, most of the showers and storms produced by this strong surface low will stay south of the Corn Belt on Saturday. On Sunday, the showers and storms will move through the eastern Corn Belt.
- Above normal temperatures continue.
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