Weekend Weather Spotlight: 9-3-21 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 22nd 2022

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 9-3-21

Nothing too major going on in the country through the weekend. We will only be tracking a front and trough of low pressure that will be affecting parts of the central and eastern parts of the country and a front hanging around the Gulf Coast. 

First, a front and trough will bring scattered showers and a few storms to parts of the Upper Midwest, Mid MS River Valley, and High Plains today and tonight. A few storms may have a chance to be severe mainly from the Central High Plains through southern KS and into western MO with the main threat being large hail. Saturday scattered showers and storms will be found from eastern AZ/NM to the Ohio River Valley to the eastern Great Lakes with not much of a severe threat, and on Sunday chances remain in eastern AZ/NM and extend east through the Southeast and north to New England. 

Finally, a stationary front will be draped close to the Gulf Coast producing isolated storms along the Gulf Coast from LA to the FL Panhandle, and better chances will be found in northcentral and southern FL with the greater chances occurring in the evenings.