When weather systems, especially Low Pressure, cuts off from the natural flow it usually means several days of gray skies, showers and storms. We're under the influence of a stalled Low over the Great Lakes that's in no hurry to move out. As a result, we're seeing the threat of showers and storms every day this week and temperatures more suited for late September. Very little change in the forecast over the last three days and today will be no different. Expect showers and afternoon storm to move through the state as a wave of low pressure cycles around the upper Low pressure system. Thunderstorms may bring quick downpours and even small hail at times. Temperatures are gradually warming into the 70s for the second half of the week, just remember to take the rain jacket, there's a chance of showers from now into the weekend. Severe Weather Team 6 Meteorologist Jim Burton
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