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Intermittent heat, stormy weather likely to continue

StormTRACKER meteorologist Jared Piepenburg explains how an upper level ridge will move the heat in and out of the region, along with storm potential, on this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV.

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StormTRACKER meteorologist Jared Piepenburg explains how an upper level ridge will move the heat in and out of the region, along with storm potential, on this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV.

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StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says a weakened jet stream should keep the northern Plains cooler than usual, but it also will be dry.
Warm, dry conditions aren't going anywhere for the region right now, but StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says timely rains have so far staved off the kind of drought that impacted the 2021 growing season. He looks at the next two weeks on this week's AgweekTV agriweather forecast.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says hotter than average temperatures are on their way for the first two weeks of August. While the northern Plains and upper Midwest may see scattered moisture, many places will also stay dry.
The region can expect the above average temperatures to stay put, with dryness lingering back into the area, says StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler.
StormTRACKER meteorologist Jared Piepenburg expects warmer than normal and drier than normal temperatures for much of the upper Midwest and northern Plains in the next two weeks, with some possible cooling off the Great Lakes.
"No real cool weather anywhere" is to be expected in the area as the region heads into the heart of the summer months, says StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler. The region can also expect rounds of thunderstorms.

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