Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 4/1/2015

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first_img SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Home News Feed Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 4/1/2015 And, the rain totals keep working higher for the first half of the month. Normal rains for April are from 3.5-4 inches (give or take)…a week or two ago, I thought we could have trouble getting half of that by mid month…but the chances are looking better. Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 4/1/2015 By Ryan Martin – Apr 1, 2015 center_img The extended forecast has rains for the 12th, and the 14th. Colder than normal air is still on tap too. In fact, watch this weekend’s temps closely. Temps in the northern plains dip in to the 30s for highs from the end of this week through next Tuesday. That air will modify before getting here, but a high next Monday in Grand Forks, ND of 32 degrees still shows the intensity of the Canadian cold air mass we may be dealing with. I still think it will be difficult to get soil temps moving above 50 degrees in the coming weeks. SHARE Saturday dries out later, and Easter Sunday is good. However, moisture for next week is being strung out farther, such that I now look for showers and potential thunderstorms from Tuesday through Friday. Rain totals for the week can be in the half to 1” range at least, and we may still need to tweak those ranges to the upside. Mild air in play today, but colder air returns to finish the week. And, we still have some rain on the way. The pattern and forecast really boast no changes this morning, other than more moisture potential.We are still on track to have our next front pasMild air in play today, but colder air returns to finish the week. And, we still have some rain on the way. The pattern and forecast really boast no changes this morning, other than more moisture potential.We are still on track to have our next front pass late Thursday through Friday, and we now have secondary low coming up the front that will allow moister to linger into early Saturday. We like the rains to potentially be heavier, with half to 1.5” rains possible, and a band of heavier rain later Friday into Saturday from I-70 to US 24. This could end up being a fairly major event. Now, the atmosphere is pretty dry as this system develops…and I look for this system to give us cues as to next weeks rain potential too…if we get solid, good rains here to finish the week, I think it leads to potentially heavier rains next week. Right now, I have to go with the trend of the models, as each run has added moisture, and there is consensus among models too. I think it will be a very soggy finish to the week. Previous articleNot Much Sense in USDA NumbersNext articleFair Oaks Farms’ Havarti Takes 1st Place at U.S. Cheese Championship Ryan Martinlast_img

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