Good Thursday evening! The week is rolling right on by with the heat and humidity. The weather has been pretty boring this week but I do know most people like the boring weather. However, the heat and humidity isn't fun. We have had plenty of sunshine as all the storms have stayed north and east of us.
Take a look at the radar below.
We will continue to be hot and dry the next couple of days. Our temperatures are about where we should be for this time of the year. It is the humidity which is killing us. When you get dewpoints up into the 70s, that is when we get the high heat index.
This weather continues into the weekend with changes working into the area on Sunday.
This will give us some scattered thunderstorms on Sunday evening lasting into Monday morning. The best news is this front should drop through and drop our temperatures back into the low to mid 80s most of next week with lower humidity. Check out my long range forecast below for the rest of the summer.
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: Chances for thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. Much cooler temperatures through most of the week. Also mainly dry until some scattered thunderstorms on Thursday and Saturday.
July 28th-August 3rd: A warm first half of the week with a hot finish to enter the month of July. Chances for scattered thunderstorms Sunday through Wednesday.
August 4th-10th: Warm first half of the week with a hot second half of the week. Slight chances for thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday, then again on Wednesday.
August 11th-17th: A warm first half of the week with a hot second half. Chances for pop-up storms each and every day.
August 18th-24th: Mainly a warm week with thunderstorms scattered on Sunday and Monday. Then a slight chance on Wednesday.
August 25th-31st: A hot and mainly a dry week. A few pop up storms on Wednesday and Thursday.
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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