Hot, Dry Weather To Mark First Weeks Of Summer

(Des Moines, IA) -- It looks like the first few weeks of summer will be much like the first day of summer, hot and dry.

National Weather Service Dylan Dotson says looking at the 8 to 14 day outlook, we're right around normal equal chances for precipitation through the next two weeks and also leaning above normal for temperatures.

However, he says that's just the probability we could see leaning in that direction, it doesn't necessarily mean were going to be above normal.

According to Dotson, "We're gonna be just kind of in one of those summer patterns here where the high pressure builds in and we just kind of have the same weather for multiple days straight. "

He says Northwest Iowa has the best chance to see rain in the coming weeks.

The long-range forecast calls for above-normal temperatures, and relatively dry weather through the rest of June.

Hot summer day and a hundred fahrenheit on a thermometer.

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