Late Sunday July 14th – Starting the work week out with a tropical system

Before we bring the heat & humidity back in
Late Sunday July 14th – Starting the work week out with a tropical system

Good late Sunday evening, everyone. Thanks to an east breeze and partly sunny skies today, we saw high temperatures running a bit below normal. After we started in the lower 70s this morning, we had afternoon highs only climb into the middle to upper 80s across the area. We’ll stay quiet and mild once again for tonight with nothing on the radar below to worry about…

Earlier this afternoon, we did have some additional moisture ahead of Tropical Depression Barry work into some areas along and south of I-44. That resulted in some scattered showers for those areas. We’ll have Barry passing close to us for Monday and Tuesday with cloud cover and rain chances to keep us a bit cooler than normal. However, once Barry is out of the picture, we’ll waste no time bringing the heat & humidity back into the picture. Your latest look at the week ahead is right below…

Don’t forget that Doug has your long range forecast out through the middle of August down below.

Have a good night and a great Monday!

Nick

Long range forecast through Middle August:

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

Next Week: Mainly a hot week with chances for pop up storms each day. We will watch for additional tropical moisture around the middle of the week.

July 28th-August 3rd: We’re looking at mainly a warm week. Any hot days look to set up for Sunday & Thursday. Slight t-storm chances are possible on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday.

August 4th-10th: Warm first half of the week with a hot second half. Slight t-storm chances on Wednesday & returning by Saturday.

August 11th-17th: Mainly a hot week with pop-up storms each and every day. Warm temperatures look to return for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

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