This will be a video blog night, just way to much to go over. In the video we will talk about a round of storms tonight, another round of possible severe storms Thursday. Turning much colder, and a look at the long range forecast and the Heady Pattern. Things are looking interesting. Also remember my long range forecast is below. First of the radar.
Take a look at the radar below.
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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: Warming up early in the week with a cold front rolling through late Monday and into Tuesday. We could see a few showers with this, but it doesn't look like a big deal. Warming back up the rest of the week with thunderstorm chances on Thursday and Friday.
October 20th-26th: Next cold front is due in by Monday. This will give us scattered showers and thunderstorms with cooler temperatures working in for the middle of the week. Cool to mild the rest of the week and it should be dry.
October 27th-November 2nd: A cool start to the week with rain chances on Sunday. A little warmer for mid week with rain chances with our next cold front on Thursday and Friday. Then cooling back down a bit late in the week.
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.
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