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Dave Murray’s Latest Forecast and Disco: The Weekend April 30-May 1, 2016

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Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…THE WEEKEND…APRIL 30-MAY 1, 2016:
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*** The wettest part of the weekend will be Saturday morning…but also have to watch for some storms late Saturday afternoon into the evening…limited rain and storms on Sunday…expect wet…but expect a fair share of dry time***
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SATURDAY:
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Rain and storms in the morning…then a break…scattered storms mid to late day…especially if we get some afternoon sun(which is possible)
WINDS: Southeast 10-20 M.P.H.
HIGH: 75 degrees
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SATURDAY NIGHT:
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Scattered rain and storms…especially in the evening…limited late night
WINDS: South 5-15 M.P.H.
LOW: 55 DEGREES
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SUNDAY:
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A mix of clouds and sun…watch for a few scattered shwoers, maybe a storm…limited on Sunday…lots of dry time
WINDS: Northwest 10-20 M.P.H.
HIGH: 69 DEGREES.
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THE WEATHER DISCO:
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A big slow moving…stacked low pressure system in play for the weekend…drifting over the Bi-state region and rolling to the north and east…and interesting system that is going get pulled out during the weekend…the wettest time will be Saturday morning…some storms could get strong to even severe…this should be a heavy rain maker with some flooding along small streams and creeks. The bulk of this out by midday… then we have to watch the air mass…thinking there could be some sun squeezing out Saturday afternoon…that should create enough lift and with all the ground level moisture…we have to watch the sky in the mid to late afternoon and into the evening for scattered storms…some could quickly go strong to severe…this is all in question…but if the sun comes out…watch the sky. Sunday…the core of the system is north and east…a mix of clouds and sun…with a few showers…limited on Sunday…lots of dry time…next week looking pleasant an dry…chilly at night….below average temps
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