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Wednesday AM Blog: Tons of changes the next few days

Tons of changes the next few days

Good Wednesday morning!  The week is rolling along.  I am doing some work on the long range HP pattern and listening to some podcasts.  I hope your week is going great so far.  So, after a couple great days, the rain will return.  Rain is returning.  

Take a look at the radar below.

Hit and miss scattered showers and a few thunderstorms developing this morning

Here is a look at the day planner.

This isn't a huge deal, but they will be out there through the day.  More scattered thunderstorms develop later tonight into tomorrow morning.  Then a powerhouse system works in tomorrow.

We will have a severe threat.  I do think it is mainly hail and wind but I will watch it.  I will be out of town for migraine treatment in Chicago, but I will have my computer with me and will be watching it.  

I think our main window is from 4pm until about 10pm.  Long range forecast is below.

#headypattern

-Doug

Long range forecast into early November:

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

Next Week:  Cool start to the week with mild temperatures by the middle of the week with rain chances on Tuesday.  Warming up late in the week with rain chances again on Friday and Saturday.

October 20th-26th:  A cool start to the week with rain chances on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Staying mild the rest of the week.

October 27th-November 2nd:  Mild start but a cool finish.  Rain chances on Sunday and then again with a storm system on Thursday and Friday.

November 3rd-9th:  A mild start to the week but cooling down by mid week with a storm system.  This system will give us rain chances on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  The rest of the week cool but mainly dry.

Doug

#headypattern

#4-stateweather

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