Friday Night Blog: Warming up, but storm system on Sunday
Warming up, but storm system on Sunday
Good Friday night! We made it through another week and the weekend is here! I can’t wait for the nice mild temperatures that are rolling in the next few days. We do have to deal with the wind, but I will take it. I need to get outside and fix my dogs electric fence. The line got chopped in a few spots and my German Shepherd keeps taking trips to the gas station. Who knows, maybe he has a girlfriend up there. However, I am shutting this down! At least the weather will be great!
Take a look at the radar below.
Mostly sunny and windy Saturday, but much warmer.
Even Sunday, windy and mild with mid 60s rolling in. We will see our next system pressing in by the evening hours.
This is a fast moving fairly weak wave, but will change our weather up. It will drop in a strong cold front that will greatly drop our temperatures off for Monday and Tuesday. Also we will have light showers Sunday night. As the colder air works in, it could mix with or change over to a little bit of snow. However, I don’t think this is a very big deal at this point in time. But I will watch it.
We will warm back up, but it will take most of next week. Check out the long range forecast through Christmas below.
Long range forecast through late November:
LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
Next Week: Turing sharply colder Sunday night and Monday. Showers will develop Sunday night. As the colder air works in, much colder temperatures for Monday and Tuesday. Then a slow warming trend the rest of the week, but mainly dry.
November 17th-23rd: Multiple waves this week as we enter a two week stretch of a lot of weather. Storm system works in with rain chances on Sunday and Monday. Turning colder with rain and snow chances with the next wave on Tuesday and Wednesday. Staying cool, with rain chances by the weekend.
November 24th-30th: A mild first half of the week. However, turning colder for Thanksgiving and the holiday weekend. Rain chances in on Wednesday, Thanksgiving and Black Friday. However, we could go over to snow by Friday, something to watch.
December 1st-7th: Mild start but a storm system in on Sunday and Monday. Rain and snow chances and turning colder through the middle of the week. Rain and snow chances back in on Friday and Saturday.
December 8th-14th: Mainly a cool week with rain chances on Wednesday.
December 15th-21st: Mild start, but then back to chilly/cold temperatures most of the week. Rain and snow chances Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Another system in with rain or snow chances on Friday and Saturday.
December 22nd-28th: Mainly a cold week once again. Rain and snow chances on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and the 26th.
December 29th-January4th: A mild start with rain chances on Monday. Dropping temperatures with a cold front and at least slight chances for snow on Wednesday and Thursday. Warming up a big into the weekend.
January 5th-11th: A mild start to the week with rain chances on Monday and snow chances Tuesday with much colder temperatures. Staying cold the rest of the week.
Facebook: Meteorologist Doug Heady
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