PeriShip Weekly Weather Outlook – 5/24/15 to 5/30/15

National Weather Outlook
Rain, rain, go away! While the East and West coasts start the week off with sunny and clear skies, the Midwest, South, and western parts of the country are experiencing rain and thunderstorms.  Higher elevations in Colorado are still being exposed to wintry weather.

These large storm systems spreading over the Midwest, West, and the South, will slowly move towards the East coasts throughout Monday and Tuesday.  The West will begin to slowly clear up, but will still experience rain and possible thunderstorms midweek.

Moving further into the week, the rain will spread throughout the Northeast accompanied by thunderstorms. The Southeast and West coast will be clear of the rain, but will be partly cloudy. Rain and thunderstorms will still be present in the Midwest and South.

Weather at Major Express Sorting Hubs:
New York/NJ:  It will be an overall cloudy week. Chances of thunderstorms for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Operational Impact: Minimal

Memphis: Chances of thunderstorms throughout the entire week. Temps can reach into the 80s.
Operational Impact: Slight

Indianapolis: Sunday will be partly cloudy. The rest of the week will be chances of thunderstorms.
Operational Impact: Slight

Oakland: This week will be a mixture of clear and partly cloudy skies. Temps in the mid to high 60s.
Operational Impact: Minimal 

Fort Worth: Starting the week off with thunderstorms. Cloudy skies and chances of thunderstorms throughout the rest of the week.
Operational Impact: Slight

Localized Weather Alerts (including, but not limited to):
Flash Flood Warning: TX
Flash Flood Watch: AR OK OR TX WA
Flood Advisory: AK AR NE OK TX
Flood Warning: AK AR CO LA MN MO MS NE OK SD TX WY
Flood Watch: AK
Special Weather Statement: AK CT NJ NY
 

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