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Weather Forecast and Headlines for July 12

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Mississippi Gulf Coast 5 Day Weather Forecast (Biloxi MS):

Saturday: Partly cloudy with brief showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. High temps will be around 90F, winds will be variable between 3-8mph as overnight lows fall to around 75F.

Sunday: Partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms starting in the afternoon. High temps around 91F, with an overnight low of 77F. Winds will blow from the SSW between 2-8mph.

Monday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms. High temps near 92F, with winds will be from the SSW between 5-10mph. Overnight lows will be near 79F.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. High temp of 90F with an overnight low around 78F. Winds from the WSW between 7-10mph.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms through the day. High temp around 89F with an overnight low of 75F. Winds will blow from the West between 2-8mph.

North Central SD Weather Forecast (Lemmon SD):

Saturday: Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms with light and variable winds between 5-10mph. High temp near 80F with an overnight low of 60F.

Sunday: Sunny and clear. A high temp of 83F with an overnight low near 55F. Winds will be from the NNW 7-14 mph gusting to 20mph.

Monday: Sunny and cooler. Daytime hear near 72F with an overnight low around 49F. Winds from the N 9-15 mph gusting to 22mph.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High temps near 75F, low temps around 53F, winds from the NNE between 5-10mph.

Wednesday: Sunny and clear. Daytime high near 77F with and overnight low of 53F. Winds will blow from the ESE between 2-8mph.

North East SD Weather Forecast (Corona/Milbank):

Saturday: Partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms. High temp around 81F with an overnight low near 62F. Winds will be light and variable between 6-9mph.

Sunday: Partly cloudy with hit and miss showers, clearing up in the evening. High temps will reach 79F with an overnight low around 56F. Winds will be mainly from the NNW between 10-15mph gusting to 22mph.

Monday: Mostly sunny and cooler with hit and miss showers. High temp of 67F with a low of 51F. Winds will be from the N between 13-17mph gusting to 24mph.

Tuesday: Sunny and clear. Daytime high near 70F with an overnight low of 53F. Winds from the NNE between 6-9mph.

Wednesday: Sunny and clear. A high near 76F with a low of around 56F. Winds will blow from the SSE between 4-8mph.

Global Weather Headlines for July 3, 2014:

The Midwest is in for rounds of thunderstorms which can at times become severe as the jet stream pushes unseasonably cooler air into our regions. What is considered to be the hottest month of the year will see high temperatures that will tumble into the 70s with some locations seeing the cooler 60s and overnight low will dip into the 40s. As the cooler air moves in, so will instability which promises to bring in thunderstorms extending from the northern and central Plains into portions of the Midwest beginning this weekend.

As the jet stream moves further east next week, the instability and thunderstorms will make their way into the Northeast targeting residents from Virginia into Boston. The greatest risk to accompany the storms in the east will be strong winds that can lead to property damage and power outages, heavy downpours, flash flooding, hail and travel delays should not be discarded.

As Neoguri continues to track into the Pacific waters of eastern Japan as an extratropical system heavy threat continues to be a threat for that country as up to 10 inches of rain are expected through the beginning of the weekend when drier weather is set to move in. Drier weather will be a relief not only for the lack of rain but also because this will open the door for cleanup efforts that are very much needed after floods and mudslides destroyed hundreds of homes and displaced thousands of residents. Unfortunately, a new storm system currently forming over China will once again bring heavy rain which can at times be heavy, increasing the risk of flooding and mudslides once again.

Severe Weather/Winter Weather/Tropical Weather:

No major severe weather areas forecasted for the day, while we will be watching the colder air advance into the Northern Plains by early next week.

On the Horizon 30 days in advance for the Southeast US:

The next 30 days for the Southeast US will show signs of a tad bit above normal temperatures along with near normal rainfall.

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