Good morning bloggers,
Time change this weekend! Move your clocks forward one hour Saturday night! We lose one hour and the data comes in one hour later!
Kansas City Time-Line:
- Today: Mostly cloudy & dry through 4 PM. There is a slight chance of a band of snow or rain showers later this afternoon and evening. High: 40°
- Tonight: Decreasing clouds and a bit colder. Low: 21°
- Thursday: Becoming mostly sunny and warmer. High: 49°
A band of precipitation has formed northwest of Kansas City. We will be tracking this area all afternoon. It may make it into KC by the evening rush hour.
The warming trend will continue through early next week with a couple of bumps in the road. The warming trend will likely peak Monday with a high near 70°. The two speed bumps on the way to 70° will be today and Saturday. Two weak and disorganized storm systems may bring us some light precipitation and clouds, but other than these two small distractions it will feel pretty good. It is 36 degrees warmer this morning than it was just two days ago when it was 7 below Monday morning!
Overall, we are in the drier and calmer part of the weather pattern. One strong system should affect the middle part of the nation around mid-next week, but right now the models are showing this storm as also weak and disorganized. The stormier part of the pattern will come back later this month into April and this is when we will have some good chances of more wide spread precipitation.
Have a great day, and let’s keep our eye on radar and see if any precipitation forms later this afternoon.