Weekend Weather Spotlight: 9-10-21 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Sep 10th 2021

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 9-10-21

Not too much going on in the country this weekend, though there will be a few showers and storms.

Today an upper ridge will dominate much of the country. We will see showers exit northern New England early, and showers and a few storms moving through the Northwest throughout the day, and maybe even a severe storm or two in east-central OR.

Getting down to the Gulf Coast and FL isolated showers and storms are possible through the weekend as a front hangs around the northern Gulf of Mexico.

Finally, over the weekend, the upper ridge flattens a bit over the northern part of the country setting up a front that will be draped from the Rockies to the central Plains to the Northeast. Any shower and storm activity will be mainly in the vicinity of this front, but chances look mainly isolated as warmer mid-level temperatures in place should limit development. The best chances of the weekend looks to come from northern lower MI east to ME on Sunday night as a stronger disturbances moves into that region. 

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