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Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin

Great Lakes, Ohio Valley & Midwest Long Range Weather Forecast for
September 20th, 2017 - November 19th, 2017

Includes Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin

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September 2017

Severe thunderstorms race rapidly toward the Great Lakes.
Thunderstorms rapidly rumble on through the Ohio River Valley and points east, followed by clearing and colder conditions.
Squally weather moves in from the West.

October 2017

A spell of enjoyable, dry weather.
Very unsettled/wet conditions develop.
Squally over Indiana/Ohio and all points east; clearing by the 11th.
Unsettled again, especially Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky, followed by clearing skies.
Squalls for the Great Lakes.
Severe thunderstorms again roll through Indiana/Ohio, followed by clearing and unseasonably cold conditions with a widespread frost.
Fair initially, then turning unsettled.
Fair skies for Halloween.

November 2017

Sunny to partly cloudy.
Stormy, especially over the Ohio Valley where snow is possible, followed by clearing/colder weather.
Light snow for Michigan/Indiana/Ohio, then fair.
Generally fair.
Tumultuous conditions for Kentucky; stormy for Great Lakes followed by clearing/much colder weather.

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