A little wet today, nice this weekend

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161122_921_161121Not a bad way to start the week as temperatures were in the mid-50s and some lower 60s across the Show Me State.  The overnight low in Butler on Monday was 33-degrees and the daytime high was 55-degrees.

Discussion –

161122_921_schoolcastRain chances today as a storm system has moved out of the Rockies into the Great Plains. This storm system will bring precipitation from near the Canadian border down into the southern plains.

This will bring us rain chances through the day and into the early evening hours.  Most of the precipitation across the area will be from showers, but I won’t rule out an isolated rumble or two. As a warm front will lift through the region during the day.

161122_921_almanacA second round of rain may occur along the cold front associated with this system as it moves through the state later in the day.

Temperatures on Tuesday will be warmer, due to the movement of warmer air being pushed up from the southern plains with the aforementioned warm front. Temperatures will cool behind the cold front and we’ll see temperatures down into the mid-40s on Tuesday night.

161122_921_looking-aheadWednesday we’ll see the clouds move out. Temperatures will be back into the lower 50s courtesy of the cold air and northerly winds that will move in overnight.

I don’t see any weather-related issues for travel for the Thanksgiving holiday around the state. Conditions look to be dry through the end of the holiday weekend.

Temperatures will return to the upper 50s for the end of the weekend.

Quickcast –

161122_921_quickcastToday – 30 percent chance for showers and possible thundershowers through the day. Highs near 60-degrees.

Tonight – Rain chances continue, overnight lows in the mid-40s.

Wednesday – Clearing skies and cooler. Northerly winds of 10 to 15 m.p.h. Highs in the lower 50s.

Wednesday night – Clearing and colder. Lows in the lower 30s.

Thursday – Mostly sunny and warmer. Southerly winds of 10 to 15 m.p.h. Highs in the upper 50s.


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