Late Saturday August 10th – Heat advisories taking us into a new week

Maybe a brief break by Tuesday
Late Saturday August 10th – Heat advisories taking us into a new week

Good late Saturday evening, everyone. After we had to start with some fog and a few areas of rain and t-storms, we wasted no time getting back into the usual August heat & humidity. The sun took our lows in the lower 70s and turned them into afternoon highs around 93. Couple that with high dew point values throughout the day, it felt like we were back between 100 and 105 degrees this afternoon. We stayed quiet this evening with partly cloudy skies overhead, but I am watching t-storms to our west on the radar below…

Even if some of those t-storms clip parts of our area to start Sunday morning out, that won’t stop us from another hot & humid Sunday afternoon. In fact, heat advisories area out for Sunday and Monday as we continue with hot temperatures and high humidity. Although we get a little break from the heat by the middle of the week, plan on a hot & humid week in general across the area. Your latest look at the week ahead is right below…

Don’t forget about Doug’s long range forecast through the middle of September right below.

Have a good night and a great Sunday!

Nick

Long range forecast through Middle September:

LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.

August 18th-24th: Mainly a warm week with mid to upper 80s. Chances for thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday, then again on Wednesday and Thursday.

August 25th-31st: Mainly a hot week leading into Labor Day weekend. Thunderstorm chances on Wednesday and Thursday, then again for the weekend.

September 1st-7th: Another hot week with scattered storms on Sunday, Friday and Saturday.

September 8th-14th: Mainly a warm week with scattered storms on Sunday and Monday.

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