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Mid North Weather

Thu 09:29 CDT
Current Warnings

Mid North Forecast

  • Thursday Very hot and humid. Partly cloudy. Very high (90%) chance of showers developing this afternoon and becoming rain this evening. A thunderstorm possible from late this morning, becoming more likely later this afternoon and evening. Rain and thunderstorms heavy at times this evening. Winds E 25 to 35 km/h tending NE 25 to 40 km/h in the morning then tending NW/NE 15 to 25 km/h in the early afternoon. Daytime maximum temperatures in the mid to high 30s.

  • Friday Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers in the early morning. The chance of a thunderstorm in the early morning. Winds W/SW 20 to 30 km/h turning S 15 to 25 km/h during the day.

  • Saturday Sunny. Winds S/SE 15 to 20 km/h tending E/SE during the morning then becoming light during the evening.

  • Sunday Sunny. Winds NE/SE 15 to 20 km/h becoming light during the morning.

Issued Thu 05:44 CDT

Mid North Observations

Latest Observations
Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like RH Fire Rain Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm hPa
12:50 CDT
NNW 9 13 33.2 12.8 32.1 29 17 0.0 1007.7
09:00 CDT
E 9   19.5 9.3 19.5 52 5 0 1009.8
13:00 CDT
N 28 35 36.7 14.1 36.2 26 34 0.0 1004.2
13:00 CDT
ENE 20 22 34.7 9.2 32.8 21 31 0.0 1004.9
13:00 CDT
NW 17 26 36.2 14.2 35.5 26 26 0.0 1005.1
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12:56 EDT

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11:56 EDT

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