Wednesday Blog: Keeping a close eye on strong to severe storms on Friday. -Dalton

Wednesday Blog: Keeping a close eye on strong to severe storms on Friday. -Dalton

It turned out to be a pretty great day outside for us today as we once again had temperatures into the mid 70s across the area. We’ve had winds gusty at times which will be a theme as we head into the next couple of days as the highest gusts could be in the 30-40mph range.

 

Wind Gusts

Tomorrow looks to be pretty good once again as we’ll have temperatures into the mid-upper 70s across the viewing area.

Thursday Pm

 

By Friday morning we will begin to see changes as showers and thunderstorms try to work into our far northwestern counties.

Friday Morning

As we work through the day thunderstorms which could be strong to low grade severe will push into Southeastern Kansas.

Mid Afternoon

Strong to severe thunderstorms continue to track east and look to be along the Kansas-Missouri state line by around 5 p.m.

Friday Evening

These thunderstorms will be out of here around 8 p.m.

Friday 8pm

As mentioned there is a low severe threat with these storms. The greater severe threat will be along and south of I-44. Main threats will be wind and hail with a very low tornado threat, but something we need to keep an eye on over the next couple of days. Rainfall will be heavy if you’re caught underneath these storms which is something we need as help with the ongoing drought.

Severe Threat

 

 

Most areas will have rainfall amounts around an inch on average, however some spots will have higher amounts depending on where these storms track.

Rainfall Amounts

Long range forecast is below.

Have a great day!

-Dalton

Weather At 6 Pm (11/2/2022)

 

Long range forecast: Based off the Heady Pattern

Next Wednesday-Saturday:  Mild on Wednesday and Thursday but cooling down Friday and Saturday.  Rain chances on Thursday.

November 13th-19th: Cool start with rain chances on Sunday.  Rain chances back in by the middle of the week.  Mainly a cool week

November 20th-26th: A chilly first half of the week with rain chances on Monday.  Warming up a bit with rain chances on Thanksgiving, then cooling back down.  Rain chances stick around on Black Friday and into Saturday.  There is a chance we may get some snow mixing in.

November 27th-December 3rd:  A cold start then the second half of the week mainly chilly.  Rain or snow chances on Tuesday and Wednesday.

December 4th-10th: Warming up this week and mainly dry until Friday and Saturday.  Rain or snow chances and cooling down for the weekend.