Enjoy the Next Few Comfortable Mornings

Good Tuesday bloggers,

We had another day where there were a few downpours, but coverage was less that 10%. We are on the western fringe of a departing storm system that brought tons of rain to the Plains, but not in our area. It is amazing how the storm has organized to the east and is bringing decent rain from eastern Missouri, eastward. The main rain when all around us!


Let’s go through the next several days as we see rain chances near zero and temperatures on the rise.

WEDNESDAY MORNING: Lows will once again drop to the upper 50s and low 60s. Enjoy these temperatures as the 90s are around the corner.


WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON:  A cold front will be approaching from the north as we warm into the mid and upper 80s.


THURSDAY: The cold front will drift into northern Missouri, produce a few thunderstorms, then become a warm front. Highs will warm to near 90°, with mid 90s to the west. Lows will be in the 60s, so the morning will still be comfortable.


FRIDAY: The heat is back with highs 95°-100° west and 90°-95° around here. Thunderstorms will form in the high plains Friday night. You know these will not make it to our area.


SATURDAY: The heat may back off for a day as clouds from dissipated thunderstorms move over head.


SUNDAY: This is when temperatures will start to really take off as thunderstorms form along I-80 in Nebraska. These thunderstorms will likely track east into Iowa Sunday night and Monday, as the heat builds to the south.


MONDAY: Highs of 95°-100° will likely be widespread across the central and southern Plains as cooling thunderstorms track into the Great Lakes. A cold front or two may try to drop in during the middle and end of next week.


Here is a look at the updated rainfall forecast for the next 7 days. You can see we are in the middle of a mostly dry area as the significant rain stays along and north of I-80 and east of the Mississippi river. The drought will worsen for sure.


Have a great night and Wednesday.

Jeff Penner

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