Thursday AM Blog: The heat sticks, Dorian, rain chances and long range forecast
The heat sticks, Dorian, rain chances and long ran
Good Thursday morning! I hope your week is going great so far. Mine has been pretty good. I am actually off today as I worked on Labor Day. Our company throws you a day back if you work a holiday. So, I am going to get a lot done around the house and get to my sons practice for football tonight. Our weather has been calm most of the week so far.
The new pattern is just a short two weeks away. You can actually still see the old pattern but the new one is going to be completely active in the next two weeks. The we can see what we have in store for the next 12 months.
Take a look at the radar below.
Here is a look at the day planner. Heat index again today around 100.
If you suffer from the wonderful allergies, they stay high.
Let’s check out Dorian. A low level Cat. 3 which is going to ride the coast the next couple of days. Thankfully, won’t make a full impact landfall but will be right at it.
We do see a switch next week. Once again, front will hang out with plenty of rain chances just about each day. But remember, the new pattern is almost here.
Long range forecast through late September:
LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
Next Week: Another mainly warm/hot week with mid to upper 80s to lower 90s. However, we will have rain chances each and every day.
September 15th-21st: Mild/warm week with rain chances Tuesday through Thursday. Mild temperatures last into the weekend.
September 22d-28th: A warm start to the week with a mild finish. Rain chances on Wednesday and Thursday.n
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