Two Chiefs Games, Two Storm Systems

Good Sunday bloggers,

We have two Chiefs games and two main storms systems to track the next five days. There is a weak storm system tonight coming south from the northern Plains, but it will have almost no impact and we are not counting this system as one to track.

It has been robbed of moisture from the big storm in the southeast USA.


Here is the forecast for the next two Chiefs games and yes, there is the chance of a bigger storm Thursday.


TODAY: Clouds will increase this afternoon as a weak system drops in from the north. This system would normally produce some rain or snow given it’s track, but the big southeast storm has robbed this system of moisture. Highs today will be in the low to mid 30s.


MONDAY: This will be a nice December day with highs 35-40. There will once again be a light wind.


TUESDAY:  A brisk south wind at 15-30 mph will blast the cold air out of our region. We will see highs 50-55. These south winds are due to the first of two storm systems we are tracking next week.


WEDNESDAY: Storm system #1 will race by with clouds and perhaps a sprinkle or brief rain shower. Highs will be in the 40s. It will get its act together along and east of the Mississippi river. It is not a strong system.


THURSDAY: The bigger of the two storm systems will affect Thursday and Friday. There has been a trend for this system to track farther south keeping our area out of the precipitation. Now, you can see at 7 PM Thursday, just 20 minutes before the Chargers-Chiefs kickoff, a rain shield is just 50-100 miles south of Arrowhead. The north edge of the rain could change to snow later Thursday night. So, we will have to watch this closely as a minor shift north could drastically change the forecast for Arrowhead and surrounding areas.


Have a great week and GO CHIEFS!

My prediction for the game today is 31-20 Chiefs.

Jeff Penner

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